Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental Health Awareness Month

Did you know that 1 in 5 U.S. adults will have a diagnosable mental health condition each year, and less than half of them receive treatment. Mental Health Awareness Month was established in 1949 to raise awareness of and reduce the stigma surrounding mental health and wellness in Americans’ lives. The pursuit of mental health and wellness is something each one of us experiences — patients, providers, families, and our society at large. You are never alone. Help is always available.

Below are additional resources to learn more.

What is Mental Health?
Let’s Talk Mental Health
How to Brainwash Yourself for Success & Destroy Negative Thoughts
Combating Negative Self-Talk with American Idol’s Casey McQuillen
Dr. Jim Detert – Courage is Developed Through Practice
There is Hope
Attack Anxiety: 6 Steps to Deactivate Your Body’s Alarm System
How Hope Helps You Heal
The Secret of Becoming Mentally Strong
Sign up for MDLIVE
How to Meditate for Beginners

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