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5 natural antidepressants…it’s science!

Listen, I’m no chemist and I definitely don’t understand all of the complex science behind ions. But, there is a lot of scientific data that shows how positive and negative ions impact the environment and our mental health. Positive ions, also called “free radicals,” are molecules that have a positive electrical charge. Pollution, allergens, computers,… Continue reading 5 natural antidepressants…it’s science!

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COVID-19 and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are on the rise

I recently saw a post on social media where someone was dancing outside and making comments about how wonderful this quarantine and pandemic has been for her and she did not understand why people were complaining, depressed, or worried. She has had five months without work yet fully paid, without small children, without health concerns,… Continue reading COVID-19 and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are on the rise

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Emotional healing after cancer with Ashlea Nicholson, LMAC, LMFT

Ashlea joins us to discuss becoming a therapist and shortly after discovering that she had cancer. The journey of healing through grief

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Emotional healing after cancer with Ashlea Nicholson, LMAC, LMFT

Ashlea joins us to discuss becoming a therapist and shortly after discovering that she had cancer. The journey of healing through grief

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Emotional healing after cancer with Ashlea Nicholson, LMAC, LMFT

Ashlea joins us to discuss becoming a therapist and shortly after discovering that she had cancer. The journey of healing through grief

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Emotional healing after cancer with Ashlea Nicholson, LMAC, LMFT

Ashlea joins us to discuss becoming a therapist and shortly after discovering that she had cancer. The journey of healing through grief

On the wrong road: stigma and mental health

Original publication: http://kansaspreventioncollaborative.org/Whats-New/Blog-Stigma-and-Mental-Illness I passed a hitchhiker on the road yesterday. He was holding a cardboard sign that said “Tulsa Oklahoma.” While that’s not an unusual sight here in Wichita, what I found ironic was that he was holding a south-bound sign on an east-bound road. He had the motivation to take him to Tulsa… Continue reading On the wrong road: stigma and mental health

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