Stress Management

15 Ways to Practice Self Care For Your Mental Health

When the right form of self care is practiced, it can have huge benefits for your mental health. But self care is not a ‘one-size fits all’ approach like it’s commonly portrayed to be. Learn new self care practices that work for you and the direct benefits they have on your mental health.

What Now? How to Deal With Unexpected Change

Perhaps the biggest difference between change we have planned for and unexpected change is their effects on our mental health. Unexpected change has been known to negatively impact an individuals mental health. Learn 5 strategies to effectively deal with the negative impacts of unexpected change and its side effects on our mental health.

By |2020-07-22T20:47:59+00:00July 22nd, 2020|Stress Management, Grief|0 Comments

How to Manage Stress Resulting From Your Environment

Ever walk into work feeling stressed after a frustrating commute or tense coming home to a messy household? We experience a variety of these small environmental stressors every single day that add up to reduce our overall level of happiness. Read this blog post to learn how to effectively manage them.

By |2020-05-07T15:42:33+00:00May 6th, 2020|Stress Management, Brain Training|0 Comments

How to Take Control Back and Stop Worrying

Worrying is something everyone experiences. At it's best it motivates us but at its worst it can start to control us. Whether you're someone who experiences chronic worrying or just want to worry less, these four strategies will allow you to start to take control back from the worries that hinder your life.

Activity: Map Your Optimal Success Wheel of Life

The Optimal Success Wheel of Life is a tool we use to assess and reframe our views on what success and balance in our lives looks like.

Social Distancing Tips: Create a “Calming Corner” at Home

While we're practicing social distancing and social isolation it is especially important to reflect personally in order to keep our brains and central nervous systems in balance.  A Calming Corner can be created anywhere in your home, for everyone in the home. It is a place where you feel comfortable, and it is a space that is quiet and private where you will not be interrupted.