The arrival of fall means the return of popular pumpkin-spiced coffee flavors and colorful decorum – but for some, it can also mean the return of the “winter blues.” Seasonal depression, which is also known as seasonal affect disorder (SAD), [...]
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September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, a time that raises awareness for the 10th leading cause of death in the United States and spreads information and resources that available to anyone experiencing suicidal thoughts and behaviors. On average, there are [...]
Card on File Policy- Effective Sept 1, 2021 We are now requesting patients provide a card number for us to keep on file for automatic payment of patient responsibility. Cards are kept in a secure database and will only be [...]
Yoga is a world-renowned practice that is celebrated for its positive effects on stress and relaxation. Through breathing exercises, meditation, and physical positions for all different skill levels, yoga is a great practice for the mind and body to boost [...]
July is, once again, Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) Mental Health Month. Every year, this month addresses the mental health needs of those within the BIPOC community. This year’s theme is "strength in communities." Last year, BLM protests spread [...]
Men's mental health is a topic few are talking about. The stigma that men should be “less emotional,” or that men showing emotion is “not manly” is unhealthy and incredibly false. No matter one’s gender, mental health problems can affect [...]
Happy Pride Month! June celebrates a community of diverse identities and expressions of gender and sexual orientation. And as we recognize the impact the LGBTQ+ community has had on history and the hurdles they have jumped over to achieve equal [...]
You Are Not Alone May is Mental Health Awareness Month and it is important time to remind you that it is it okay to not be okay. While it might seem like you are the only one who is suffering at [...]
During the month of May, Oasis recognizes Mental Health Awareness Month to remind the community that mental health is essential to overall health and those living with mental health issues are deserving of care, understanding, compassion, and pathways to hope, [...]
Suicide and Shame: Overcoming the Stigmas to get help for you or a loved one Research indicates that 4-out-of-5 teens who attempt suicide have given clear warning signs. Jocelin Bailey, LCSW explains what these warning signs look like and how [...]