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Tips and Advice from Experts

Find helpful information from experts from around Indiana. These experts will offer advice, tips and coping mechanisms you can use to help maintain your mental health.

Please note, that while they are a great resource, this information is not a substitute for professional help. Please seek specific support for yourself or a loved one as needed.

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Taking Seasonal Affective Disorder Seriously

As the days get shorter and colder, it’s not uncommon to experience changes in mood or activity. For some, these feelings can come and go without interfering with their daily lives. For others, they may experience seasonal affective disorder (SAD, pronounced S-A-D), a type of diagnosable depression.


December 22, 2021

Learning About Trauma

Trauma and how a person responds to it is unique to every individual. People who have experienced a similar trauma may react and carry their trauma in different ways.


December 1, 2021

The Value Of Sleep & Tips To Help Improve Sleep

Getting adequate rest is one of the most important things we can do for our mental and physical well-being.


October 27, 2021

Maintaining Recovery In Crisis

Above all, Brandon emphasized the importance of connection, “We talk about people in crisis and what helps them sustain recovery. The answer is almost always connection.”


September 13, 2021

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy & Techniques You Can Use At Home

A popular tool among mental health professionals, cognitive behavioral therapy, often referred to as CBT, helps individuals examine their thoughts and recognize their behavioral patterns.


August 24, 2021

Checking In With Loved Ones

To be supportive, it’s important to know how to reach out to a loved one who may need help.


July 19, 2021

Coping With The Changes Of Pandemic Life

While many are excited for this summer, many may also feel conflicted.


June 18, 2021

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