There are abundant benefits of connecting to nature for our mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual wellness. Psychotherapist and Nature-Lover, Perryn Elizabeth Dutiger, LMSW shares some tips on how and why to increase your time outdoors.
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School Social Worker & Nourish Your Mind Psychotherapist, Jeanette Rivera, LCSW discusses the upcoming return to school and provides validation and tips to help navigate the mixed emotions for parents.
Theres a new trend happening around the US, and many other countries, that has changed how we look at and discuss mental illness. So if you were debating on whether or not to go to therapy or to join a supportive community, now is the perfect time to do it.
We are thrilled to announce that Lauren is now joining the Nourish Your Mind team FULL-TIME and will have space for new clients! Learn more about Lauren in her Clinician Spotlight!
By practicing self-care, you are increasing your self-awareness of the patterns of your emotions, which can sometimes benefit individuals with mental illnesses such as anxiety and depression.
Sara Pitcher, MS, MHC, Clinical Psychotherapist & Kundalini Yoga Instructor at Nourish Your Mind explains a skill set for relationship effectiveness with the acronym G.I.V.E.
Sara Pitcher, MS, MHC, Clinical Psychotherapist & Kundalini Yoga Instructor at Nourish Your Mind discusses how to use the acronym F.A.S.T. for self respect effectiveness.