A podcast that got me through some of my dark days of grief, Nora McInerny tells it like it is and holds space for others to do the same. No sugarcoating, No BS, just raw emotion on various losses and harships.
A book that I have read again and again, The Gifts by Brene Brown offers readers 10 guideposts to wholehearted living and welcomes in authenticity and worthiness.
Authored by Peter Levine, Waking the Tiger is a great resource to gain insight on trauma, the affects on the body, and ways to begin to heal.
Get your own stress relief pocket toolkit through the Sisu App. Sisu can help with managing anxiety, panic, and stress and is all accessible at your fingertips!
Express your mood with music on the Cove App! Click below to download the free App directly to your phone.
The Calm App is the #1 App for Sleep, Meditation, and Relaxation. With offers like guided meditation, relaxing music and calming sounds, and Sleep Stories, Calm is packed with ways to help you relax.
Trying to practice those breathing techniques your therapist is always referencing? Try this App to learn more and begin to regulate your stress and improve your mood.
AATA's mission is focused on advancing the career of art therapy and building community support for art therapists. If you are interested in learning more about art therapy or finding more art therapists, check this page out!
NAMI is a national non-profit organization that aims to educate, support, and advocate for those with mental illness and their caregivers.
NEDA is a non-profit organization focused on supporting individuals and families affected by disordered eating. NEDA offers community engagement events, educational materials as well as resources for prevention.
A Non-profit organization offering suicide prevention & crisis intervention support for LGBTQ young people, as well as advocacy, research, & educational tools
Locate county specific Crisis Intervention support with the link below. Also dial 988 to contact the suicide helpline for 24/7 mental health support. Or Text 'HOME' to 741741 for the Crisis Text Line.
Information on suicide, suicide prevention, and resources for those who have lost a loved one due to suicide.
Jenny Lawson will definitely make you laugh, scratch your head, maybe cry, and feel "normal" (whatever that is). If you want a book thats author isn't afraid to go there, this is your book. She published what others may only think.
Hosted by Dr. Laurie Santos, The Happiness Lab explores what truly makes us happy & how to cultivate more. Backed by scientific research, topics include anxiety, social media, the "meh" feeling, and so much more.
From the Department of Veteran Affairs, there is a lot of information on PTSD and providers that serve those struggling with trauma, and their families. Self-help & coping tools are located under the Get Help tab!
A organization founded on the advocacy for transgender equality in Washington, DC, Here you can access important information about and for transgender people and their allies, and information on your rights and current advocacy.
Information for survivors, providers, friends, families, & communities on how to prevent and respond to issues of sexual violence.
Support for anyone that has or is currently experiencing Domestic Violence. Information on identifying abuse and creating safety also available.
If you have suffered loss, are in the throws of grief, & want real validation for how OK it is that you are NOT OK, Megan Devine is your girl! This is the "grief" book I didn't know I needed and I'm so glad I found it.
Authored by licensed counselor & relationship expert, Nedra Glover Tawwab. This book & workbook are full of all things boundaries and an excellent resource for learning how boundaries impact your life & relationships.