As you many of you may know, May is Mental Health Awareness Month. This year is unlike any other. Covid-19 is causing a historic rise in mental health problems, as people of all ages are experiencing added levels of stress and anxiety, along with loneliness, isolation, grief, and depression. In this special episode[…]
with TMCC alumni Dr. Julie LaCrumbre
A number of environmental and social factors contribute to feelings of loneliness, depression or isolation and general stress levels tend to increase during this time of the year. We call them the ‘holiday blues’, listen to Dr. Christopher Meyer and Dr. Julie LaCumbre as they discuss fundamental ways to handle holiday blues.
Depression is a mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of motivation and/or interest in day to day living. It also leads to a variety of emotional and physical problems, but what causes depression and what can we do today to relieve symptoms.
Connection, defined by Brene Brown, is the energy that exists between people when they feel seen, heard and valued. In today’s world more and more people are struggling with self-esteem, self-worth, anxiety and depression due to a culture that promotes disconnection.Join us on a journey to connection in our new therapy group!
September is National Suicide Prevention Month– a time to share resources and efforts to our community. We recognize that suicidal thoughts, much like mental health conditions, can affect anyone regardless of age, gender or background. Learn warning signs and supportive resources to prevent future suicides.
Big Transitions = Big Emotions Entering a new school environment can be stressful for both children and their parents. Learn how to prepare your child for success in our latest podcast, “Preschool Anxiety.”
Postpartum depression can affect 1 in 6 women differently. Learn how to identify and seek support you may need in order to be a healthy mom for your healthy baby.