Mental Health Awareness
A lot has ben written about the increase in anxiety and depression that people experienced during the height of pandemic. With 1 million lives lost in the US alone, the toll on the American psyche is immeasurable. One million dead and roughly 9 million left in their wake- spouses, parents, children, grandchildren, and siblings. People without immediate death i their circle have suffered through major loss regardless: loss of income, loss of mobility, loss of social interaction, to name a few.
As May is Mental Health Awareness Month, we have an opportunity to prioritize ourselves, paying attention to what we need for self-care. Pay attention to your body- move it whether by walking or a more for an exercise routine. Do something unexpected. Have fun. Connect with people. And if you find yourself struggling, ask for help. You are not alone.
We are currently accepting new clients for TelHealth and In Office visits. Call at 201-875-5699 and we will be happy to schedule an appointment to suit your needs.