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Self-care; Sounds So Simple, Yet It Is So Elusive

Self-care; Sounds So Simple, Yet It Is So Elusive

Self-care has many definitions, and an abundance of responsibilities can make self-care feel unattainable. What are the things that inhibit our ability to practice self-care, and what helps encourage it? The May blog from Behavioral Health Partners focuses on these issues, and ways self-care can feel more achievable.

The Impact of Gratitude on Well-Being

The Impact of Gratitude on Well-Being

Have you ever found yourself focusing on what you don’t have in life, instead of what you do? The practice of gratitude can have numerous benefits for our physical, mental, and social well-being. Read this month’s Behavioral Health Partners blog to learn how to incorporate gratitude practices into everyday life.

Revenge Wellness: Enjoyment Despite Opposing Forces

Revenge Wellness: Enjoyment Despite Opposing Forces

Lacking healthy and supportive choices can contribute to frustration surrounding life stressors and burdens. Check out Behavioral Health Partner’s March blog to learn about how recognizing stressors, practicing self-compassion, discovering activities, and creating opportunities for enjoyment can provide increased meaning, autonomy, and enjoyment in one’s life.

Living the Golden Rule: How Growth Mindset and Self-Compassion Can Protect Against the Imposter Phenomenon

Living the Golden Rule: How Growth Mindset and Self-Compassion Can Protect Against the Imposter Phenomenon

Self-doubt, one of the roots of the imposter phenomenon, can lead to burnout but empathy can help shift the mindset to focus on growth. Check out Behavioral Health Partner’s February blog to learn about the mindset theory framework and how self-compassion can help shift one’s thoughts and feelings.

Therapy: 101

Therapy: 101

Each of us experiences stress, depression, and anxiety in different ways. For individuals starting therapy, a therapist needs to thoroughly review their history, needs, and goals before determining an optimal treatment model, a few of which are introduced in this blog post.