In the United States, only 19% of adults receive treatment for mental health conditions. Less than 8% of them pursue counseling and therapy to deal with their problems. However, we experience life differently, so you should expect and seek different methods to address your mental health needs. Inner child therapy is ... Read More
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What It’s Like to Experience Bipolar Episodes
Bipolar disorder is a lifelong mental health condition that's characterized by extreme mood swings. These mood swings include periods of deep depression and manic, high-energy periods. People with this condition also experience periods between these two extremes when they feel quite "normal," but various factors can ... Read More
Where to Go for Long-Term Mental Health Care
Mental health is an important but often neglected aspect of life. Over 20% of Americans live with a mental illness, and many may need to stay at long-term mental health facilities. Unfortunately, there's a lot of stigma around live-in, long-term mental health facilities. Dispelling the fear and ignorance of ... Read More
Sell-Out Crowd Attends Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce Women’s Luncheon
Business Leaders Hear from Experts on Mental Health, First Responders with Help from FHE Health Last Tuesday, the subject of mental health and first responders drew more than 50 women to a sold-out luncheon hosted by the Women’s Council of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce. The July 26 event, “From the ... Read More
Is Procrastination a Sign of a Mental Health Issue?
Procrastination is something that happens to everyone at some point. Whether it's letting the dishes pile up in the sink, pushing the grocery shopping to another day or waiting until the last minute to prep for a presentation at work, it's normal to put off things we don't want to do. But when is procrastination a ... Read More
Remote Relationships and the Effects on Mental Health
The COVID-19 pandemic has had lasting effects on the way society operates. One of the most notable changes is the shift to working from home for many individuals and digital social events via Zoom rather than in-person gatherings. While these changes allow people around the world to connect virtually, there are ... Read More
Does Therapy Actually Help Mental Health?
Most people's conception and opinion of mental health "therapy" happen in the theoretical plane. People with mental health conditions like depression and anxiety will see their peers get success from one type of therapy or another and either decide to try it themselves or not. A lot of people who decide not to seek ... Read More
Prolonged Trauma and C-PTSD: What You Need to Know
Updated January 18, 2023 PTSD and its symptoms describe what many individuals go through when they have faced a singular or temporary trauma, such as a car accident or assault—but some people face a more specific form of PTSD, which is called "Complex PTSD," or "C-PTSD" for short. Read on to discover the unique ... Read More