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Mental Health Minute

In our Mental Health Minute series, counselors from our Immaculate Heart of Mary Counseling Center share insights on a variety of mental health topics. Click on each title to see a short video on the topic.

Dr. Natalie Brei shares insight into our invitation to be more "in the present" and the value of God-centered mindfulness and "being in the moment".

Dr. Peter Martin from our Immaculate Heart of Mary Counseling Center shares a special message for fathers on "their" special day!

Evan Divis from the Immaculate Heart of Mary Counseling center discusses the ways that exercise can help us not only physically but mentally.

Much like our spring, summer 2020 will be like nothing we've ever experienced as parents. How can we best support our children during this time? Dr. Courtney Miller from our Immaculate Heart of Mary Counseling Center provides key guidance by suggesting 3 P's: predictability, positivity, and presence.

Have you ever considered loneliness as a warning signal? In this Mental Health Minute, Dr. Jeff Vance shares how to recognize, understand, and respond to our loneliness.

Have you ever thought of downtime as an invitation to reflect on our priorities and then rearrange our lives to match our values? In this episode, Dr. Natalie Brei from our Immaculate Heart of Mary Counseling Center talks about finding and pursuing your values during downtime.

Social media. It's a useful tool to communicate and connect with each other. Have you ever stopped to consider its effect on our mental health? In this episode, Nicolette Machado from our Immaculate Heart of Mary Counseling Center discusses the connection between our time on social media and our mental health.

Did you know that about 1 in 9 new mothers will experience postpartum depression? Ann Peters-Miller, M.S., Licensed Mental Health Practitioner at our Immaculate Heart of Mary Counseling Center, shares insight and tips to help new mothers dealing with postpartum depression.

Happy Mother's Day!
On this special day, Dr. Courtney Miller, IHMCC director of clinical services, shares with us a beautiful reflection on the joys, challenges, and blessings of motherhood

Dr. Courtney Miller shares insight and tips regarding the importance of maintaining our mental health during the pandemic.

We're excited to introduce our new #MentalHealthMinutes feature, which we're launching during Mental Health Awareness month. Click to watch Dr. Miller's introduction and welcome. #MentalHealthMatters

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