Small Ways to Improve Your Mental Health in 2020

The start of a new decade is a fresh slate for all of us! If you’ve struggled with mental health in the past, know that you’re not alone. According to the National Alliance of Mental Health, approximately 19.1 percent of U.S. adults, or 47.6 million people, suffered from some sort of mental illness in 2018 […]

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Fighting the Holiday Blues

With the holidays such a positive and happy time for most people, those who suffer from a mental illness might feel even sadder and more isolated during this time of year. There are many factors that could contribute to this overwhelming feeling of sadness, such as stress, fatigue, financial stress, unrealistic expectations, seeing family you […]

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Celebrate World Mental Health Day on October 10th

Every year, the World Health Organization observes World Mental Health Day on October 10th. This year’s topic focuses on suicide prevention. Did you know that every 40 seconds, someone loses their life to suicide? This World Mental Health Day, we encourage you to participate in “40 seconds of action” to help raise awareness about the […]

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Can Light Therapy Really Work?

With the official start of fall around the corner, it’s time once again to pull out our sweaters and bundle up for colder temperatures ahead. However, while many people enjoy this time of year, it is also difficult for those who suffer from seasonal affective disorder (SAD). This is a type of depression that typically […]

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The Connection Between Social Media and Mental Health

We all knew that there is a strong connection between social media and mental health, but there is now data to prove it. The study also points to the fact that girls are more likely to be impacted by social media than boys are. As providers of mental health treatment in Minnesota, here are some […]

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How Minimal Sleep Affects Your Mental Health

Taking care of your body comes in all different forms. Maybe you decided to skip your usual morning workout because you are feeling more sore than usual, or maybe you opted for the apple instead of the donut at the breakfast buffet. However you choose to take care of your body, make sure that you […]

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Can Meditation Apps Really Help with Anxiety?

For those who suffer from anxiety, whether it be mild or crippling, are willing to try just about anything to feel better. Unfortunately, there typically isn’t always a one-size-fits-all solution that cures anxiety. On the bright side, there are always new ways to approach mental health treatment in Minnesota to help control your anxiety and […]

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Mindfulness: What is It?

The world is full of distractions at any given moment: cell phones, computers, work, school, pets. It can be difficult to be present in the current moment if you are constantly thinking about what is next. This is where the practice of mindfulness comes in. We have all heard the term mindfulness here and there, […]

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April is Alcohol Awareness Month

Substance abuse treatment in Minneapolis is a battle that many people face on a daily basis. The effects of alcohol not only increase your chances of getting injured, but excessive alcohol consumption can also lead to violence, liver disease, some types of cancer, damaged relationships, difficulty holding a job, and so much more. The National […]

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Is Family Therapy Right for You?

You may shy away from family therapy in Minnesota because you think it is a place where struggling families go when they are facing a hard time. While this may be true, family therapy is also beneficial for families who aren’t going through a difficult experience but want to learn beneficial techniques to communicate better […]

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