Access and Understanding: National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

Did you know that July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness month? If you didn’t, now you do! You also might not know about the troubling statistics that surround minorities and mental health. For example: Mental Health Challenges for Minorities Why do minorities face such unique challenges in mental health? There are several factors that […]

June is Cancer Survivors Month. Here’s What You Need to Know.

Did you know that June is Cancer Survivors Month? According to the National Cancer Institute, a person is a “cancer survivor” from the time they’re diagnosed through the balance of their life. As research and treatments evolve, experts believe that cancer survivorship will increase in the coming years. Cancer Survivor Facts and Figures According to […]

Julian Brass: Anxiety’s an Alarm for Your Life. Listen to It!

Last week, bestselling author of Own Your Anxiety and certified health coach Julian Brass led a game-changing Master Class, Anxiety is Your Life Alarm. Julian shared his own personal experiences–from realizing his dream of moving abroad and getting married to having the life he built fall apart. After founding his own company at the age […]

Thriving Through Divorce: The 3 Key Elements Every Mom Needs

By Tessa Noel, Certified Divorce Coach, Co-parenting Specialist and Founder of Kind Mama Divorce Coaching  Hey there, fellow moms! If you’re reading this article, chances are you’re navigating the challenging waters of divorce. Take a deep breath and know that you’re not alone. As a certified divorce coach who has walked this path and helped […]

Op Ed: The mental health crisis needs collective community care

Caring signs on a fencepost, saying "don't give up, you matter, you are not alone

Traditionally, finding a therapist or mental health professional is considered the first solution to every life challenge. But during a national crisis where the US is experiencing a widespread shortage of therapists, where can people turn? And what if the issue is not “suitable” or “ready” for therapy, such as a string of late nights […]