How to Combat the Effects of Social Distancing During COVID-19

We are social creatures by nature, and human interaction is essential to our wellbeing. In the midst of the recent global pandemic related to COVID-19, national governments and local authorities are requesting everyone to isolate and practice social distancing. However, this isn’t an easy task, [...]

Depression Is Not Simple – It’s More Than Just Being Sad

We’ve all experienced sadness before - after a breakup, when we get passed over for the big promotion, after the loss of a loved one. Sadness is a normal human emotion that we’ve all been forced to contend with, and we will all likely [...]

2019-11-11T18:58:49+00:00By |News, Resources|Comments Off on Depression Is Not Simple – It’s More Than Just Being Sad

What are the Long-Term Effects of a Concussion?

According to the Brain Injury Research Institute, 1.5 million Americans suffer from traumatic brain injuries, with a brain injury occurring every 15 seconds. Concussions make up a large percentage of these cases, making it the most common form of brain injury. With such a [...]

2019-10-29T13:49:38+00:00By |Resources|Comments Off on What are the Long-Term Effects of a Concussion?

Why Mental Health Should Be Taught in Schools

Throughout the years, teachers from Hamilton Southeastern School District have noticed a difference in the anxiety levels of their students. According to U.S. News, this rise in student stress, anxiety, and depression is traced back to an increased pressure to succeed, social anxiety, school [...]

2019-09-10T17:29:39+00:00By |Resources|Comments Off on Why Mental Health Should Be Taught in Schools