Resilience is a huge buzz word these days— but what even is it? Resilience, in its most simple form, is your flexibility. It’s how well you stand back up after being knocked down— or how you weather stress. It’s no wonder that we’re hearing about it— well, everywhere. Here are some quick and easy tips to help you […]
Ketamine is an anesthetic medication that has been used for decades for sedation during invasive body procedures. However, in recent years, it has gained popularity as a treatment option for depression, anxiety, and other mental health conditions.
According to the National Institute of Health, more than 100 million American report difficulty falling asleep. As sleep disorders continue to rise, so does its impact on physical and mental health. In response to Sleep Awareness Week, here are five tips for better sleep. Cultivate a space for sleep Good design is not just for […]
It’s the season of new beginnings! There’s hope on the horizon! So, Why do you feel glum? Let’s be honest, January can be a very stressful and isolating month. Not only is it cold and dark, but it’s also the month that marks the holiday season’s close — perhaps a complete cluster or too good […]
ECOTHERAPY MICHELE ZEHR CENTER FOR EARTH-BASED HEALING Written by Rachel Featherstone Ecotherapy is defined by Michele Zehr as “anything we do that connects us to the more-than-human world in a healing capacity. It includes a wide array of nature-based healing modalities — both clinical and non-clinical — such as outdoor meditations, gardening therapy, spending time […]
Loving someone with chronic mental illness or pain is difficult. There’s a sense of helplessness, watching someone you love endure a heavy burden. The experience is more common than you would expect. In 2017, 17.3 million American adults experienced at least one episode of Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) in the past year (National Institute of Health). […]
Written by Rachel Featherstone, NP Few of us enjoy organizing–we’re much more likely to view it as a task, onerous and (occasionally) necessary. Let’s re-frame that negative thought and instead view organizing as an extension of mindfulness. When living and working spaces are neat, clean, and free of clutter, we feel so much more at ease. […]
4:7:8 Breath Method A mental health and wellness tip How do you make the most of your ketamine experience? We recognize the value of “set and setting”. Set refers to an open mindset, while setting pertains to the physical and/or social environment. In a nutshell, it is important that individuals are in relaxed and calm […]