#9: Mental Health America is a website that offers mental health information regarding PTSD. This website discusses symptoms of PTSD, treatments such as cognitive behavioral therapy and exposure therapy, medication, support groups, relaxation, excise, and keeping a journal.
1. National Alliance on Mental Illness 2.people with mental illness 3.Mt San Jacinto 1499 N State St, San Jacinto, CA 92583 4.(951)317-0312 5.Brenda Scott 6.Volunteer 7.Become a NAMI program trainer to teach a class or run a support group or volunteer on the NAMI hotline. 8.English 9.Monday to Friday 8a.m. to 5p.m. 10. http://www.nami.org/get-involved/volunteer-at-NAMI
Work-Life Balance Quiz Do you find it difficult to balance the different roles in your life? If so, you’re not alone – 58% of Canadians report “overload” as a result of the pressures associated with work, home and family, friends, physical health, volunteer and community service.
Today I learned through Jo Middleton’s blog Slummy Single Mummy that today is the start of Mental Health Awareness Week. We’re all aware that ‘mental health’ or mental health issues exist, so what does this really mean? Raising awareness for something that we all already know about?
Volunteer with National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI Valley of the Sun) or continue volunteering for NAMI Santa Cruz or share my story by getting involved in other mental health advocacy organizations.
Not recovering from your stress or mental health difficulties? Then try this... Recently, a wave of research studies have been highlighting that due to an overload of stress hormones, people are experiencing ongoing genetic changes that not only makes them vulnerable to developing physical and mental health difficulties, but also makes recovery from these illnesses very difficult. see these 3 research examples...