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6 Reasons to Become a Substance Abuse Counselor

Choosing a career in alcohol and drug counseling comes with an array of rewarding experiences and benefits. An addiction counselor’s role transcends the ordinary boundaries of a profession; it is a commitment to nurture, guide, and transform lives. Becoming an […]

Teaching Kids Digital Wellness for Improved Mental Health

As we know, our youth is struggling with mental health. Two contributing factors to these struggles are media and tech, which often have a way of magnifying the stress that young people face everyday. As adults, it’s our responsibility to […]

Minority Mental Health Awareness Month: Access for All

July marks Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, a time dedicated to highlighting the mental health challenges and disparities faced by minority communities. Established in honor of Bebe Moore Campbell, an advocate for mental health education and support in minority communities, […]

U.S. Surgeon General Calls for Warning Labels on Social Media

As behavioral healthcare professionals, we understand that there is a national youth mental health crisis, and that we must all work together to help protect the health of our young people. It’s not shocking to learn that social media use […]

The Importance of Building Friendships

Relationships have a profound impact on our lives, becoming integral parts of our emotional well-being. Beyond romantic relationships, friendships play a crucial role in shaping our mental well-being. Close friends offer emotional support, companionship, and a sense of belonging. Research […]

6 Strategies for Building Healthy Tech Habits for Summer

Summer is in full swing, and for many, this means more free time, which often translates to increased screen time. While technology can be a great tool for education and entertainment, it’s important for parents to help their children build […]

Improving Access to Mental Health Treatment for All: Celebrating Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

Understanding Minority Mental Health Awareness Month July marks Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, a time dedicated to highlighting the mental health challenges and disparities faced by minority communities. Established in honor of Bebe Moore Campbell, an advocate for mental health […]

4 Ways to Protect Your Mental Health This Summer

With the summer season in full swing, it’s easy to get swept up in the allure of longer days and warmer weather. While a more relaxed schedule and spontaneous activities can be refreshing, it’s essential to continue prioritizing your mental […]

Summer is Here: Tips for Parents to Build Healthy Tech Habits

As summer kicks off, children everywhere are eagerly embracing their vacation days. With school out, kids have more free time, which often translates to increased screen time. While technology can be a great tool for education and entertainment, it’s important […]

Helping others see their value: Meet Jeremy Gilbert

We are passionate about our mission to provide the support, training and resources to help you and your clients succeed. We love hearing and sharing the “whys” of those who are chasing their dreams of helping make the world a […]