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Think, Act, Grow

The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services has an Office of Adolescent Health (OAH).  OAH is “dedicated to improving the health and well-being of adolescents.”  One of the ways they’re trying to take...

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Coloring Books for Mental Health

How do you cope with depression and anxiety in the moment?  Recently, there has been a movement in adult coloring books!  Many people find the details of the images in the coloring book to...

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Therapist and Friend: Kati Morton

“A process, not perfection” -Kati Morton Kati Morton is a licensed therapist that uses her YouTube channel to provide advice and support to subscribers.  Every week she posts new videos and answers questions about...

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Summer Reading List

Summer is finally here, and for many this may mean months of sleeping late, hanging out with friends, vacationing, and continuous streaming of movies and television shows.  However, it can also mean finding a...

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HeadSpace

Have you heard of Headspace? Headspace is both a website and an app that helps promote mindfulness in everyday living. We like Headspace because it breaks meditation and mindfulness practices down into easy to digest...

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Wear Your Label

Wear Your Label is an online store that creates clothing to get the conversation started about mental illness. Their profound motto is: “It’s okay not to be okay.” Wear Your Label makes clothing that...

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Therapy Options

KidsMentalHealth.org is a great place to start when considering family therapy or if you have questions about how therapy can help you or if you wanted to have family therapy. There are many pages on...

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Active Minds

Photo Credit: A Health Blog via Compfight cc Active Minds is an organization dedicated to raising awareness about mental illness. There are over 400 chapters located  at many colleges in most states of the...

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US Reachout

US ReachOut is a great website to learn more about a variety of issues like anxiety, stress, and managing relationships. There are a lot of great personal stories to read, and even a discussion...