Eating disorders are a form of emotional avoidance, that is the eating disordered person uses weight or food control as a way of escaping from their emotions.
Creativity can help us find a way back to ourselves when we are lost. Creative therapies, such as art therapy, drama therapy, music therapy, Gestalt therapy are helpful.
Gaslighting is a form of emotional abuse in which a person causes someone to question their own reality, memory, or sanity. This often occurs in abusive relationships.
Prenatal counselling offers a non-judgmental environment where women can share and express their emotions, concerns and fears whilst feeling safe and understood.
You have the power to recover from single-parent burnout through awareness of how you got to feeling this way physically and emotionally.
Research has shown that teaching children breathwork through mindful meditation brings many advantages to their physical and mental health, academic performance, as well as their social and emotional development.
PTSD often causes us to develop negative beliefs about ourselves which arise because something terrible happened. These beliefs then shape how we perceive ourselves and the world around us.
A toxic relationship will create high levels of stress and anxiety. It’s important to differentiate a toxic relationship from an abusive relationship and sometimes there is no clear line between the two.
Depression is an ongoing feeling and not a passing one. This complex mental health condition is marked by persistent feelings of sadness and a loss of interest in events and hobbies that was once enjoyable.
Up to 25% of students struggle with their mental health at some point during their studies. During Covid-19 and lockdown measures, students reported their mental health declining even more.
ADHD affects the development of the nervous system including the way the brain transmits signals. There’s no cure to ADHD, however, symptoms can be managed through lifestyle changes, therapies, and medication.
My name is Kai and I am 20 years old. I was born with a cyst in my brain and hydrocephalus which has led to me being partially sighted. I go to college and at the same time I am an Ambassador for Mindsum.
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