National Wellness Month

National Wellness Month

Here are a few safe habits to create to establish a more wellness-centered lifestyle:  Exercise- In this Texas heat, sometimes this, too, may seem like a challenging goal, but if you increase your movement a little each day your body will thank you for it. Exercise is...
Role of Social Media on Mental Health

Role of Social Media on Mental Health

Article by: McKenna Hereford, PhD How Does Social Media Affect Our Mental Health? Have you felt overwhelmed since 2020, particularly during or after checking social media? If so, you are not alone! Many people have reported feeling more hopelessness, depression,...
July is BIPOC Mental Health Month!

July is BIPOC Mental Health Month!

Article by: McKenna Hereford, PhD Formerly known as National Minority Mental Health Month, BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) Mental Health Month is designated to bring awareness and action to mental health concerns experienced in Black and Brown...
Why Disability Pride Month?

Why Disability Pride Month?

Article by: McKenna Hereford, PhD It’s Disability Pride Month! Although not nationally recognized, July has become pride month for the community, where parades are held throughout the country. The month of July was chosen due to the Americans with Disabilities...
Re-Aligning with Values

Re-Aligning with Values

Article by: McKenna Hereford, PhD Values With everything going on the past couple years, you might be feeling more stress, anxious, depressed, or maybe all of the above. It’s hard not to feel overwhelmed by current events, the pandemic, job changes, inflation, and...
Happy PRIDE!!

Happy PRIDE!!

Article by: Sheena Yazdandoost, LCSW Throughout the month of June, as we celebrate the LGBTQ+ community and bring the month to a close, I want to bring to our attention the impact that the mental health community has had on Queer identities throughout history. Here is...