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LEARN 10 WAYS TO COPE WITH STRESS

Download this list for your home or office for ten quick tips on how to manage stress. April is Stress Awareness Month, meant to spread awareness on its harmful effects, healthy coping strategies and the many misconceptions that exist. Many know that stress can negatively affect our mental health, leading to issues such as depression,

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Trauma: Its Invisible Wounds, and How Therapy Can Help

Trauma is defined simply as a deeply distressing or disturbing experience, but trauma and its effects can be much more complex than we realize, especially when it comes to our mental health. TRAUMA AND ITS EFFECTS Many deal with the effects of a wounding or traumatic experience for the rest of their lives, sometimes to

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Blog Illustration- Five Tips for Keeping Up with Kids’ Social Skills

Five Tips for Keeping Up with Kids’ Social Skills

Social skills are a vital component of learning and growth for every child. In addition to recent studies that indicate good social skills make a better leader, and companies like Google searching for these qualities in employees, the need for social interaction and support is in our human nature, and it has a big impact

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Blog Illustration- The Practice of Meditation: A Beginner’s Guide

The Practice of Meditation: A Beginner’s Guide

The advantages of meditation are numerous, with the most commonly researched benefits being reduced stress, decreased anxiety, increased focus, improved sleep and emotional well-being. While meditation is involved in many different spiritual practices and traditions throughout the world, there are two main types commonly practiced in Buddhism. There is a type of meditation that involves

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Blog Illustration- How to Tackle Substance Use in the Workplace

How to Tackle Substance Use in the Workplace

Employees who struggle with substance use miss nearly 50% more work than the general population at approximately three weeks each year. Combined with healthcare costs for related injury, illnesses and treatment, along with job turnover and re-training, substance abuse costs the American workforce tens of billions of dollars per year.  With approximately 20.3 million Americans

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