The MHS Journals

Our blog archive of insights and intel

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Journaling is a healthy activity for sorting out one’s thoughts, ideas and concerns. At MHS, our journals, aka, blogs, explore and share what we have learned and are learning, what we find that works and what we still don’t understand. And ultimately, what we hope and aspire to for our clients and ourselves.

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5 Signs it’s time to seek help for Anxiety

Mar 22, 2023

Do you often feel overwhelmed and unable to cope? Do you feel anxious or worried in situations where other people don’t seem […]

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DBT Therapy vs CBT Therapy

Dec 16, 2022

Psychotherapy involves a variety of approaches taken by licensed practitioners who want to provide the best quality of care possible for their […]

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CBT Therapy Techniques

Nov 17, 2022

If you have ever attended therapy or are familiar with psychology, there are high chances that you have heard about Cognitive behavior […]

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The Waypoint Addiction Program

Oct 21, 2022

“I picked the wrong week to quit…” In the 1980 cult classic movie Airplane, comedic air traffic controller Steve McCroskey faces increasing […]

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Caring for Special Needs Children and the Cost to Your Mental Health – Coping Strategies

Feb 15, 2022

Caregiver burnout is a real challenge for many parents with children with special needs. Caring for a child with special needs requires […]

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Does TV/Social Media Promote Anger in Children?

Feb 15, 2022

As research proves, parents are now more than ever worried about the kind of influence that screen media has on their children’s […]

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How to Improve Your Self-Esteem

Jan 24, 2022

According to Dr. Joe Rubino — an author who specializes in self-esteem — up to 85% of people have struggled with low […]

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How Staying Active Can Help Mental Health

Jan 19, 2022

  Working out is one of the first recommendations you’re likely to hear if you announce an intention to improve your physical […]

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Why Seeking Therapy is an Investment in You

Dec 16, 2021

According to a 2019 report from the Center for Disease Control, 9.5% of adults in the U.S. receive therapy or counseling provided […]

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