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Mental Health Tips and Information

Appleseed's Executive Director, Jerry Strausbaugh, EdD, LPCC-S, "Mental Health Minutes" addresses various topics on how to improve your mental health. Click on the topics below to listen to tips on how you work towards improving your mental health today. Tune in to iheartradio's 107.7 The Breeze and WMAN for more Mental Health Minutes with Dr. Jerry Strausbaugh!

Interview with Dr. Jerry Strausbaugh on WMAN aired 2.24.21

 

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Recent Updates

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Giving yourself permission to take care of yourself is essential for good mental health care. None of us can burn the candle at both ends and up in a good place. We eventually wear down. When you feel yourself being emotionally tapped out, take time to refuel. This will look different for each of us. For some, getting away with family and friends is reenergizing. For others a weekend of solitude does the trick. However you are wired, make sure you keep a check on your emotional tank and when it is getting empty, take the time to recharge. 

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Holistic Care

Holistic Care

Being mentally healthy requires us to take a holistic approach. As Mr. Miyagi said in the 1st karate kid movie, “our whole life is a balance”. We need to make sure that we are taking care of our mind, body and spirit. We do that through activities and exercises that connect us to those domains of our life. Behavioral Health care is part of our mission at Appleseed.

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Mental Spring Cleaning

Mental Spring Cleaning

As we watch things start to grow and enjoy more and more daylight, it's a good time to recommit ourselves to our mental health care. Do some mental health spring cleaning.

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