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Disturbing and traumatic news of terrorism, violence and natural disasters can lead to PSTD-like symptoms. Learn how to recognize the signs and care for yourself.
Prior to the pandemic, many of us enjoyed flying to a warmer destination during the dreary winter months. As people add airline travel back into their life, some may feel anxious about the thought of airports full of people and flying for hours in…
Self care allows us to be resilient in stressful times AND be there for those who depend on us. Check out this collection of simple tips on practicing self-care from Pine Rest staff.
September 19 – 25, 2021 is Telehealth Awareness Week! The COVID-19 pandemic ushered in a dramatic, almost overnight shift to remote activities for many of us. All of a sudden we were online shopping for basic groceries, getting meals delivered,…
Many organizations are attempting to create a “new normal” for employees after 16 months of remote work or strict in-person safety guidelines. As employers work to make wise decisions for their workforce, it’s important to recognize…
The pandemic served up a “perfect storm” of circumstances that challenged our collective mental health. The good news is we’ve all learned a lot about how to nurture our mental health in order to weather the storms of life. The following…
  The pandemic and all the ensuing uncertainty and disruption in our lives, communities and globally has fueled a surge of individuals reporting depression symptoms. Some surveys report as many as three times more than in a normal year. Before the…
April 11 is National Pet Day! According to Today’s Veterinary Business, over 11 million U.S. households have gotten a new pet during the COVID-19 pandemic. Why have so many been drawn to pet ownership during this challenging time? For many during…
Regarding growth and mental strength, the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche famously said: “That which does not kill us makes us stronger.” Do you find that to be true? Maybe sometimes. A variety of factors, conditions, choices, and…
National Play Therapy Week is February 3 – 13, 2021! How does play therapy work during a pandemic when therapy sessions move online? Amanda Shaneberger, Registered Play Therapist, explains!

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