10 Wellness Trends to Try In 2023

10 Wellness Trends to Try In 2023

In 2022, we took our hot girl walks and openly talked about mental health struggles on social media. In this Forbes article, Mindpath Health’s Phylice Kessler, LMHC, discusses what’s on the horizon for 2023. In 2022, we took our hot girl walks, ate our greens in...

10 Wellness Trends Going Away in 2023

10 Wellness Trends Going Away in 2023

Get ready to breathe a sigh of relief at ending the pressure to try yet another juice cleanse—it’s one of the wellness trends to ditch in 2023. In this Forbes article, Mindpath Health’s Kinana Shelton, LCSW, discusses what trends aren’t being brought into the new...

How Online Appointments Make Mental Health Care Easier

How Online Appointments Make Mental Health Care Easier

The increased use of telehealth platforms has fundamentally changed how we treat patients. What are the benefits of telehealth and how does it increase access to care? When the COVID-19 pandemic prevented in-person appointments, telehealth kept patients connected to...

Breaking Down “The Serenity Prayer”

Breaking Down “The Serenity Prayer”

In this Mentally Fit Pro article, Mindpath Health’s Phylice Kessler, LMHC, provides a therapy activity to use with your substance use groups.  These group therapy games and activities can help keep the interest and engagement level up in your substance use groups. ...

Preparing for an Online Appointment

Preparing for an Online Appointment

Using a telehealth platform to connect with your therapist is easy and convenient. It’s still important to give yourself time to prepare, reflect, and solve any tech issues. Here are some tips to ensure you are ready for your online therapy session.

NYC Policy Limits Basic Rights of Homeless People

NYC Policy Limits Basic Rights of Homeless People

As of September 2022, there were 60,252 homeless people in New York City. In this Verywell Mind article, Zishan Khan, MD, discusses a new policy that will allow police officers and emergency workers to involuntarily hospitalize homeless people who are mentally ill....

Why Drinking Gives You ‘Hangxiety’

Why Drinking Gives You ‘Hangxiety’

We’ve all been there. At a bar with friends, feeling great, and relaxing, only to wake up with a physical — and mental — hangover. In this Yahoo! Sports article, Taish Malone, LPC, PhD, explains why drinking gives us ‘hangxiety’ and how to prevent and cope with it.  ...

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