Elevate You.

The best wellness and mental health articles written for you, by professionals.

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Psychological Impacts of Race-Based Trauma

Counseling Concierge & Wellness, LLC

Whether or not one becomes traumatized is based on many things including coping strategies & if the incident is perceived to be negative, sudden & uncontrollable. Thus, a lot of Black people may have already developed coping strategies to deal with recent events....

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Change starts with you

Blakelea Martin-Brown

Change has to start with you. You can't control others or their choices, so if you're waiting for someone else to change you'll likely be waiting a while. 


Anything going on in your external world (relationships, work stressors, etc.) is a mirror or...

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To heal is to unlearn

Blakelea Martin-Brown

To heal is to unlearn. The Mensana method of holistic guidance is built upon this idea. That's why my workbooks are titled the Unlearning Series. 


The first workbook, Show Up, is an invitation to get to know yourself deeply and intimately and to begin...

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The Bible and Depression

Luke Wynja


Scripture – Psalm 42-43, Psalm 31

Depression and many forms of mental illness are when our souls are at war with ourselves. What makes it most difficult is that it is self-reported and it is not simple to repair a noisy soul!

How should we approach...

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When Friends become Family

Dr. Hanson Mental Health Counselor & Life Coach

When friends become more support than family

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Pandemic & anxiety

Dr. Hanson Mental Health Counselor & Life Coach

Manage your anxiety

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What successful people already know.

Dr. Hanson Mental Health Counselor & Life Coach

Success

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Calming Your Mind Through Catharsis

Melissa Quigley, LPC

Catharsis is usually a moment of insight for us; after we have a good cry, or yell into a pillow, we become more in tune with out thoughts, feelings, and emotions. We begin to realize that so-and-so from work really got under our skin today, and we just needed to let it out!

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