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Mental Wellness

Every teenager handles the stress of school in different ways, some healthier than others. But if you have been noticing that your teen has been feeling sick a lot more often, or calling out of class more often, or not wanting to leave your company,...

It has been scientifically proven that people who actively participate in recreational activity are better adjusted. There are tremendous benefits not only physically but mentally as well. Recreational activities ease the everyday stresses of life and have been shown to reduce anxiety and depression. It doesn't...

Dealing with teenagers coming through at Viewpoint, we have noticed an impact on mental health connected to social media. While there are some benefits to learning technical skills and forming connections through this new type of technology, there are negatives that we must treat as...

Over the last decade, people have started to pay more attention to the long-term effects of brain injuries on an individual. Even if it seems like a mild injury at the time, it can negatively affect individuals' lives for long periods of time. With brain injury...

Mental wellness is a topic that is getting plenty of attention lately from families, businesses, and the government. There are plenty of reasons why this is the case. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), millions of Americans are battling mental health disorders. Figures...