While living with someone with depression, many aspects of your daily life can be changed and unique stressors can be introduced. Here are some tips and info to help.
Learn what’s actually happening in the brain during the cycle of addiction. Addiction begins when these drugs and addictive substances produce a more intense feeling of pleasure than other healthy activities and substances meant to trigger the dopamine reward pathway.
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.
Anxiety is very common. You’re not alone! Learn a bit about types of anxiety and options to find relief.
One in five college students reported that their mental health had worsened since the pandemic began. You don’t have to manage this alone.
Families, you are suddenly home together for a long time. Here’s some support and ideas from Child & Family Specialist, Jennifer Cardine, MA, MHC.
It’s no secret that mental illness is on the rise. NYM Guest Blogger, Haidyn Emmerich takes a look at how today’s youth is coping with overwhelming stress utilizing social media as comedic relief.
Walking through the therapy door for the first time can feel intimidating. Nourish Your Mind’s Lillian Dugan provides some insight and words of wisdom to help ease the anxiety of seeking support.
It is with great excitement that I expand our administrative team and introduce you to Lillian Dugan, LMSW, a Licensed Psychotherapist with an energetic passion for client care. Lilly will be joining me in supporting each of you in your journey as Nourish Your Mind’s Client Relations Manager.
Meet Lillian Dugan: Lilly has a special dual role here at Nourish Your Mind, as our Client Relations Manager & Clinical Psychotherapist.