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Creating Mental Health Awareness

Mental Health professionals, May is National Mental Health Awareness Month. As providers, we are in a unique position to educate others about mental health and dispel the myths and misconceptions that often surround it. It's important that we take advantage of this opportunity to raise awareness and advocate for those who struggle with mental illness. This month, let's commit to talking openly about mental health and supporting those who suffer from mental illness. Together, we can break down the barriers that keep people from seeking help.


This year, take some time to think about how you can address mental health in your own life and in your community. Maybe there’s a way that you can volunteer or raise money for organizations that support mental health initiatives. Or maybe you could start a conversation with your friends and family about why it’s important to talk about mental health openly and honestly. No matter what you do, make sure that you’re listening to those who need help and offering whatever support you can.


How are you planning on addressing mental health during mental health awareness month? Let us know in the comments!


Until next time...Stay motivated!




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