Infographic on Teen Mental Health. Unfortunately, Teen Screen has closed down. There are still resources for teens, though. CrisisChat.org is one such resource. Follow this pin to download handouts that can be distributed at schools, clubs, or wherever there are teenagers.
When I find a product I love, I want everyone to know about it! That's why today I'm sharing my favorite apps for mental health. Now, generally I encourage reducing screen time (for many reasons, more on that later this week!) but there are a few useful apps that I believe are great for teens and adults alike. One caveat- these apps are a great supplement to counseling and mental healthcare, not a substitute. * My Smiling Mind (App Store and Google Play) o Trying to…
I'm so happy and grateful now that … I am living in an abundance of great health, increasing wealth and thriving relationships … life is good! | June 2014 Affirmation of the Month | Proctor Gallagher Institute #bobproctor #abundance
Image from Dada. In the same way that these hybrid creatures represent people being brainwashed through what they see on television, I want my hybrid creatures to represent people suffering from mental health issues which affect their self esteem (i.e eating disorders) being brainwashed by what they see as beautiful.