Most Common Relationship Mistakes with Erica Kallman

Dina | March 17, 2020
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Our happiness in life doesn’t depend entirely on having a close relationship, but it is definitely enhanced by having bonds that are both healthy and close.True happiness in a relationship is when each person can take care of themselves and chooses to take care of the other. Healthy relationship can tolerate conflict in fact conflict is necessary for the relationship to grow.

Setting goals for 2020 with Kristy Meza

Dina | December 28, 2019
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People have a tendency to set up goals at the beginning of the new year, so I thought it is the perfect opportunity to talk about that today.Setting goals toward recovery for clients with depression and anxiety is a must.No matter where they are on their mental health journey, working toward specific goals can help them live the life they want while managing their mental illness.

Making Good Choices

Dina | November 27, 2019
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Life is full of hard choices, and the bigger they are and the more options we have, the harder they get.

Standing at a crossroads and deciding which way to go is a metaphor for life. No matter who you are, you’re going to be faced with situations where you need to make a choice every day.

When Psychology Hits the Gym

Dina | November 13, 2019
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Exercise is well-known as a safe and effective treatment for mental health disorders such as depression and anxiety. Unfortunately mental health support to improve physical health – has generally been reserved for professional athletes.They’re embracing the idea of mental health and how that affects their performance, but the general population isn’t Again, It’s taboo in some ways.It is important  to get to the original cause of everything that’s going on so that you can heal that” rather than turn to unhealthy behaviors.

You Are Not Your Diagnosis

Dina | October 23, 2019
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When you make the decision to share your story with the world, you get the opportunity to shed a light on a dark subject. By talking about what makes us human, we’re showing others that we all struggle in some way. None of us are perfect, and a diagnosis doesn’t make you less of a person than anybody else. Separating yourself from your illness is hard but once you see things for what they are, you can be free to be yourself. There is so much more to you then your diagnosis.