Mental Health

Central Ohio Grief Care Coalition holds first resource fair

Columbus, OHIO (WSYX) — Dealing with the grief of a loss can be extremely difficult, and organizations in Central Ohio are hoping to help deal with that difficult time by offering a Resiliency Tailgate and Resource Fair. It was the first time the Central Ohio Grief Care Coalition held the event at Wolfe Park in East…

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7 Ways to Tend to Your Mental Health That Arent Therapy

Tending to your mental health is actually a layered process. We tend to think if we have a mental health issue that our only option is to start medication or attend therapy, and while both of those options are often helpful for folks, they’re not the only ones out there. Mental health is influenced by…

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The Key To Self Care: Embrace the Boring Bits

Self-care isn’t just about treating yourself (although treating yourself is fun and feels great). It’s about setting yourself up for success by taking good care of yourself, down to the boring details. It may not seem exciting to do these little things, like cleaning your space or being proactive with your health, but establishing these…

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Back to School Blues

Do the words “Back to school” lead towards feelings of anxiety and dread while other students appear happy and excited? For students with ADHD, it means it’s time to be measured, graded, and/or accounted for. Students in elementary, middle, and high school, along with those in college, will be hoping to do their best while…

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Back to School Blues

Do the words “Back to school” lead towards feelings of anxiety and dread while other students appear happy and excited? For students with ADHD, it means it’s time to be measured, graded, and/or accounted for. Students in elementary, middle, and high school, along with those in college, will be hoping to do their best while…

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What Is Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)?

Have you ever wished you could change the way you react to things? Sometimes, the way we cope with things actually leads to more distress, which can be a tough cycle to break out of. One evidence-backed way to practice mindfulness, regulate emotions, improve relationships, and tolerate distress is through Dialectical Behavior Therapy, or DBT. …

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