Doral 5K Recap!

Regardless of if you’re a runner or an athlete mental health affects us all. This past weekend our team represented Segal Trials at the annual Doral 5k run and it was amazing! We were able to educate people on mental health whilst having fun all morning. It was great to spend some time outside with …

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Mental Health Wins Gold At The Olympics

With the increased observance, advocacy, and awareness regarding mental health in the past couple of years, many individuals have been able to express comfort and confidence in being able to come forth and discuss the emotional, cognitive, and behavioral symptoms that they face, manage and work to overcome on a daily basis. Throughout this disclosure process, many individuals experience a sensation of …

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Coming Out & Speaking Out About Your Mental Health

One of the greatest indicators of continued progression is individual experiences. By proxy of this, the only way to continue advancements in mental health fields is through sharing personal experiences. When people begin to consider the diversity that is comprised within mental health communities one can begin to appreciate the need for communication and understanding …

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Mental Health Barriers in Asian American Communities

Mental Health related stigmas and pressures have a negative impact on the lives of various individuals experiencing psychological dilemmas, especially in the Asian American community. Stigmas are inaccurate, false, and unwarranted beliefs that are used to discriminate, separate and hurt others with certain traits, qualities, expressions, and demeanors. It is very difficult for individuals to …

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5 Myths About Mental Health

Myth’s surrounding mental health disorders have been present for years, but as increased interest into the fields of psychology, medicine and neurology have expanded, these false pieces of information have propagated at exponential rates. Below we will identify those myths, as well as highlight the truths enveloped in these topics. Myth: If you have a …

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The True Psychological Symptoms of the Pandemic

Have you have been feeling stressed out, fatigued, defeated, unenthusiastic, and just all around burnt out? Well, you are not alone. These past couple of weeks have made many of us feel like matches that have been left out to burn from the top all the way to the bottom. We. Are. Burnt. Out. Every …

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Two Parkland Suicides Highlight the Lasting Impact of Trauma. Here’s How Parents and Teachers Can Help Teens Who Are Struggling

A pair of recent suicide deaths in Parkland, Fla., serve as a stark reminder of the lingering effects of trauma — and underscore the importance of providing long-term support to those who are living with its consequences. Just days after 19-year-old Sydney Aiello, who survived the mass shooting at Parkland’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School …

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Pete Davidson And Other Celebs Are Changing The Way We Talk About Mental Health

“Saturday Night Live” star Pete Davidson had already been candid about his mental health struggles when he posted about his suicidal thoughts on Instagram last December, sparking a nationwide conversation about how to seek help and support others. Many people, including Olympian Michael Phelps, have been speaking openly about how text therapy specifically helped “save” …

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