Horticultural therapy, which is the practice of using plants and garden landscapes to increase your well-being, is one relaxing and healthy way to benefit those with mental health issues and individuals who are anxious or stressed.
Burnout can present itself in symptoms such as having feelings of negativity, feeling exhausted, feeling detached or ineffective, and even having physical symptoms of headaches or stomachaches.
We all have negative thoughts. There is no way around that. One thing we can do, though, is change how often we have these thoughts, how we react to them, and acknowledge why we are having them.
Confidence is an important skill to have, but it does take work in order to maintain. The steps to becoming more confident can be intimidating, so it is helpful if you start small and build up.
Jennifer has joined Nourish Your Mind for her undergraduate internship this semester and is co-facilitator for our Young Adult DBT Skills Group.
When you first hear the word boundary, it may make sound like a way to disconnect and separate from others. Actually, the opposite is more true.
Validation is communicating understanding of another person’s emotions, thoughts and perspective in a given situation. Using this skill leads us to feeling heard and understood.
We are thrilled to announce the addition of Melissa Quinn, LMHC, CDBT to the Nourish Your Mind Team! Melissa will be accepting clients in our NEW GOSHEN, NY office location.
Meet Jenn Ortiz! We’re excited to have Jenn’s clinical expertise, fun personality and sense of adventure as part of the Nourish Your Mind Family! Schedule your appointment with Jenn today.
Special Guest Blog from Dr. Justin Sullivan, PT, OCS, CFMT from Move Physio introducing you to the deeper connection between mind and body during Anxiety. Video Included!