The Struggle of Getting Affordable Mental Health Care

posted in: Depression, Newsworthy 0 |
Reading Time: 2 minutes

We often talk about the mental health care system being broken when it comes to treatment and patients, but I think this article opens our eyes a bit to the fact that it’s broken for providers too. Is it any wonder we have such a shortage of providers? Who would volunteer for this? We should be thankful for the people who do!… Read More

Talking About World Suicide Prevention Day

posted in: Child Abuse, Depression, Featured, Personal News 3 |
Reading Time: 2 minutes

In between work conference calls today, I had the opportunity to spend my lunch hour talking to Tiffany Werhner and the Moments of Clarity audience about being a survivor, and about the importance of World Suicide Prevention Day. I really … Read More

Social Media can Be Good or Bad For Our Mental Health, Depending on Who We Follow

posted in: Depression, Recommended Reading 0 |
Reading Time: 6 minutes

I write often about the connection between social media use and mental health. If you’ve seen any of my previous posts, you know that I tend to be doubtful of there being any direct tie between simply using social media, … Read More

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