Mental health wellness is incredibly important. It impacts every part of our lives, just like our physical health, but is often overlooked. That’s why mental health education is essential.

Mental Health is Health

We all recognize the negative effects of not properly caring for our physical health. It can affect our career, hobbies and relationships. Mental health is the same way, yet people often do not seek treatment when experiencing the symptoms of a mental illness. This can be because of the stigma surrounding mental health, difficulties finding treatment or more.

Remember, 1 in 5 American adults have experienced a mental illness. It is more common than you may think and if you think you may be experiencing symptoms of mental illness, seeking treatment is always encouraged. Even if you are not experiencing a severe mental illness, things like support groups and therapy can work as preventative measures and ease any symptoms you may be feeling.

Building a Healthy Work-Life Balance

Finding that perfect balance between building your career and taking care of personal relationships is difficult. However, there are ways to make it work. Stress and time management strategies can help reduce feelings and causes of stress, while still allowing you to manage your responsibilities.

Live Your Life Well

When responsibilities pile up, we can sometimes forget that one of our biggest responsibilities is to our own mental health. Not only does making our mental health a priority improve our own quality of life, it can also affect the way we treat those around us. Click the image above to get connected with mental health resources.

The Road to Becoming Mentally Healthy

Mental wellness can sometimes seem far away, but that doesn't mean it is. Knowing there are resources there to help can make the path to mental wellness much clearer. Click the image above to learn more about our Outlook Clinic which provides psychiatric services to the uninsured.

Student Wellness

Being a student can be draining. Between juggling deadlines and studying with personal lives and career opportunities, it can be difficult for students to find the right balance. Being there for students to help them manage these conditions is essential for managing their wellness. Click the image above to learn more.