By Dr. Shankar YalamanchiliMedical DirectorUnity Psychiatric Care HuntsvilleMay is Mental Health Awareness month, and while it's essential to promote mental health and well-being at all stages of life, it's particularly crucial to focus on mental health among seniors. Older adults often face unique challenges related to mental health, such as loneliness, isolation, and physical health … Continue reading May is Mental Health Awareness Month: Ignoring the Stigma and Having the Courage to Ask for Help
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What are the Warning Signs and Risk Factors for Suicide?
By Taneia Surles, MPHSince 2008, Suicide Prevention Awareness Month has been nationally recognized in September. This month-long holiday aims to raise awareness about suicide, share resources, and support those dealing with suicidal thoughts. With the stigmas and taboos around suicide, organizations like the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) want to shift society's negative perceptions … Continue reading What are the Warning Signs and Risk Factors for Suicide?
Spring from the Inside: Growing Greater Well-Being
By Major General U.S. Army (RET) Paulette RisherPresident/CEO, Still Serving VeteransAs the vibrant, abundant, and live-affirming Spring emerges here in North Alabama, we turn to cleaning, planning, and planting. Life emerges and we shake off the damp grayness of winter – at least we try to. However, all too often we find ourselves going through … Continue reading Spring from the Inside: Growing Greater Well-Being
Back to Basics
By Lisa PhilippartLPC, BCPCC, BC-TMH Mental Health Awareness Month has been observed in May in the United States since May of 1949, and was started by the Mental Health America (MHA) organization. The purpose of Mental Health Awareness Month is to raise awareness and educate the public about mental illnesses, the realities of living with … Continue reading Back to Basics
Veterans Need Mental Health Care, Too
By Unity Psychiatric Center When describing veterans, words like strong, brave and selfless come to mind. These words are apt, but only tell part of the story. Veterans can face the same life struggles as non-veterans, as well as unique challenges that go hand-in-hand with military service. Deployments and being in war zones are known … Continue reading Veterans Need Mental Health Care, Too
Visit Reboot Wellness for an OPEN HOUSE!
Learn more about how IASIS Micro Current Neurofeedback can help you by visiting our open house! Reboot Wellness Open HouseAugust 20th 3 pm - 7 pmCome and Go Are you dealing with the stress of life from the chaotic environment around you? Dealing with anxiety or depression or other issues and would like a medicine free alternative … Continue reading Visit Reboot Wellness for an OPEN HOUSE!