In the age of social media, it can be easy to feel like we need to fit in a box of what is considered “normal”. Don’t let social media dictate what “normal” is. Instead, check out our tips for how to improve body image and share gratitude for the skin you’re in.
Self-care can help decrease stress, provide opportunities to recharge, and even improve one’s mood. But what exactly is self-care, and how do you implement it into your daily routine? Learn more in our blog!
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What if there’s a parallel between a hallucinogenic experience and our current reality? Louis Laves-Webb discusses the benefits from our COVID-19 “trip”.
Working from home during COVID-19? Our associates have compiled a list of mental health exercises and tangible stress reducing measures you can practice during this difficult time.
Going to your first therapy session can be intimidating. If you’re considering psychotherapy for the first time, the process can feel a little mysterious. My aim is to demystify it a bit. Let’s explore topics ranging from choosing a therapist to common experiences after your first therapy session.
Psychedelic assisted therapy uses the ingestion of a psychedelic drug during a lengthy therapy session to provoke profound psychological changes. Different types of psychedelics are more promising for treating different illnesses. The four psychedelics researchers are most hopeful of are ketamine, psilocybin, LSD, and MDMA. Find out what each is best for.
Gaslighting is a form of psychological manipulation in which one individual of a couple makes the other question their own thoughts, feelings, and even sanity. Learn more about what it is, how to detect if it’s happening to you, and how to stop and escape it.
This article covers the highlights of her research into vulnerability, focusing on the Brené Brown Netflix special The Call to Courage. Learn about the importance of vulnerability, and how even though it may be the birthplace of negative emotions like fear, guilt, and shame, it’s imperative for feeling joy, belonging, and love.
You can’t change your past, but each moment is a new opportunity to let go of your anger and forgive your parents. Forgiveness is never a decision you make only once. It’s a process. A series of decisions.
You have the power (and the responsibility) to choose and to change, little by little, the way you see the world. By repeatedly choosing to forgive, you’ll make the world feel a bit lighter and a bit easier to live in.