Tips for finding a therapist

Finding a therapist can be a real challenge. These tips can help.

How to Let a Teacher Know You’re a Young Carer

If you feel like you are responsible for making sure someone is staying healthy and happy, you might be a young caregiver! And your teachers should be able to help make life easier for you.

Mental Illness or Normal Life Stresses? The dangers of self-diagnosing

What are the dangers of self-diagnosis? When is a mental illness an illness or simply poor mental health? Why should we be careful when researching information online? Is it really all that bad?

Coping With Trauma

Trauma is defined as a mental, emotional and/or physical stress reaction that occurs after an event and can lead to feelings of shock, denial, anger, or numbness. Here’s how to help yourself or someone you care about.

What to do if someone you know is suicidal

Do you know someone who you think is suicidal? Want to know how you can help them? Check out our advice to help you and your loved one.

I’m struggling with my mental health! But who can help me?

If you’re dealing with challenges like anxiety, depression, psychosis, or unresolved trauma, it can be confusing to know which professional could be best for you or for your loved one. We’ve put together a little guide to help you figure it all out.

Self-Harm

What is self-harm, what does it mean, and how we can detect it? Like many addictions, it can feel overwhelming and all-encompassing, but it is possible to stop self-harming.

The Magic Mind – A Look Into Psychedelic Therapy

Humans have been using mind-altering substances for millennia. Take a look at how we might use psychedelics to treat several mental illnesses, substance abuse, and much more.

Guilty Conscience? Here’s what that means

Feelings of guilt can be damaging to mental health and can lead to increased stress, anxiety, sleepless nights, and fatigue. Here’s what you need to know.

Athletes and Mental Health: Speaking Out in a Competitive Environment

Some professional athletes have spoken out about their personal struggles which helps to destigmatize and normalize having conversations about mental health. But is it really so tough being competitive and famous?