It’s important to try and differentiate between what constitutes holiday blues and something more serious like clinical depression so that treatment options can be explored. In this post, we’ll help unwrap this difficult subject matter so you can distinguish seasonal sadness from more prolonged depression.
Importance of Depression Screenings
If you think you might be experiencing depression, a depression screening is the first step to finding the right solution.
What You Should Do if You Suspect Someone is Suicidal
This article sheds light on the key intervention steps you need to take if you suspect someone close to you may be experiencing suicidal ideation.
Suicidal Ideation vs. Suicidal Tendencies
One of the primary ways to better understand the problematic nature of suicide (and in turn, how to better prevent it) is by first knowing the key differences between the terms “suicidal ideation” and “suicidal tendencies.”
What is a Depression Treatment Center?
At the heart of a depression treatment center is the intent to provide comprehensive care that goes beyond just symptom management.
National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month
This September, we are observing National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Read this post to learn how the month started and what initiatives are taking place to raise further awareness.
National Grief Awareness Day
National Grief Awareness Day is not merely a date on the calendar; it’s a lifeline, a gentle acknowledgment that grief is a shared human experience. Read this post to find out more about what this holiday is and why it's so important.
BIPOC Mental Health Month
BIPOC Mental Health Month was created to spread awareness about the unique struggles faced by underrepresented people with mental health issues in the United States. Originally known as Minority Mental Health Month, it was renamed to bring attention to experiences within the BIPOC community.
Many of those dealing with mental health conditions feel isolated and alone. On the contrary, you are not alone, especially when you recognize the fact that 1 in every 8 people in the world lives with a mental disorder of some kind.
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