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Coping through COVID Pandemic with Stephen Walters
November 13, 2020

While this year’s COVID-19 pandemic has threatened our physical health, it has also deeply impacted our mental health. Rev. Stephen Walters of the Summit Counseling Center in metro Atlanta shares his thoughts on coping through Covid, dealing with anxiety,...

Returning to the School Building
October 16, 2020

Kids have been out of school for almost 7 months and families are now figuring out if, and when, their kids will return to school. The uncertainty of “what is best” can cause stress on families. Changes and transitions...

These Mental Health Crises Ended in Fatal Police Encounters. Now, Some Communities are Trying a New Approach
October 13, 2020

Author: Christina Maxouris, CNN When Miles Hall’s hallucinations and erratic behavior returned, his mother did what she had always done: She gave police a heads up. The next day, June 2, 2019, Walnut Creek, California, police responded to multiple...

7 Cs of Resilience
October 6, 2020

Resilience is defined as the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties and is often a wonderful strength for those who possess it. Like many other things, developing skills and strengths often takes work and intentionality. Building resiliency in teens...

Covid-19 Has Led To Disruptions In Mental Health Services—Just As Demand For It Increases, WHO Says
October 5, 2020

Author: Carlie Porterfield, Forbes TOPLINE Coronavirus has spawned a new healthcare crisis as many services for treating mental health have been disrupted all over the world, all while the pandemic has worsened many people’s emotional health, according to a...

Loss and Recovery
October 2, 2020

The great H. Norman Wright once wrote that the most important element in recovering from loss is to remain connected to other people.  This has no doubt been even more difficult if you have experienced a loss due to...

Building Habits of Connection into Your Marriage
October 2, 2020

All throughout our lives we are coached on the subject of establishing good and healthy habits for ourselves like: making our bed, brushing our teeth, eating well. But even with all that coaching and effort, keeping up with a...

My Plate is Too Full – How to Manage Stress and Anxiety
October 2, 2020

Right about now, Covid fatigue is setting in.  According to Dr. Kotwicki of Skyland Trail in Atlanta, statistics from his psychiatric facility are showing an increase in anxiety-related admissions (2020).  Many people are being admitted for physical manifestations of...

Qualities in a Healthy Relationship
October 2, 2020

We all have different experiences with relationships throughout our lives. They can range from healthy to unhealthy to even abusive in some cases. Sometimes when our relationship history has more unhealthy and abusive moments rather than healthy, it can...

Flexibility & Adaptability: Channeling New Strengths     
October 2, 2020

It is no surprise that the year 2020 has brought each of us a multitude of emotions: fear, anxiety, loneliness, frustration, and confusion to name a few. Change has been an ever-present concept this year, placing us in situations...