There is a point of deep, true goodness inside you that can be nurtured and grown. If we hang onto the good in ourselves and look for the good in others, we can begin to repair the hurt in our lives.
Often I hear of people who enter treatment with deep questions about the meaning of their own life and life in general, and then come to belief in God.
Beer, wine or mixed drinks–they all can neutralize the positive effects of your anti-depressant or anti-anxiety medication.
We all know perfectionism isn’t healthy. But it may even be dangerous to our emotional health.
Miriam Manela, OTR/L tells how psychotherapy and occupational therapy can work together to help children and teens with depression and anxiety.
Give yourself permission to lighten up.
Traditional Jewish wisdom identifies depression, its causes, and potential healing methods.
Should we be asking more about the spiritual reasons for depression?
Getting the right amount of sleep is important for our physical and mental health. What can we do about it? Dim the lights!
Laughter is indeed medicine for mind, body, and soul.