Do you sometimes struggle with opening up about your mental health challenges? Do you find yourself in situations where you know sharing your feelings could improve the outcome, but you just can’t? Maybe this February 3rd, you can find that opportunity to share, and in turn help others! Founded by Mind, Rethink Mental Illness andContinue reading “Time to Talk Day: Start a Mental Health Conversation”
Every September, mental health care organizations and advocates like ourselves raise awareness of suicide prevention and recovery during National Suicide Prevention Month. Now, perhaps just as important as last year, the Traini Counseling Group wants
There’s a reason some people call it “Valentine’s Day” and others call it “Single’s Awareness Day.” For those that suffer from anxiety or depression, Valentine’s Day can be something to dread.
For many high school seniors this year, the end of the school year wasn’t ideal. Prom was cancelled, graduation just wasn’t the same and graduation parties, well, weren’t really a thing in the midst of a global pandemic. Job prospects suddenly disappeared, part-time jobs withered away, and some opportunities seemed to vanish. COVID-19 didn’t seemContinue reading “COVID-19’s Shadow: How Coronavirus has Impacted Our Recent High School Grads’ & College Students’ Mental Health”