Mental Health Resources

Our goal is to keep you informed on mental health research and evidence-based treatments.

Mental Health Resources

Written by Justin Baksh, LMHC, Chief Executive Officer

It can be overwhelming when you have questions about mental health. Whether it’s for you or for someone you care about, it’s important to get the answers you need, when you need them.

Whether you’re in search of information about mental health, symptoms of mental disorders, or how to pursue better mental health, we can help. Our mental health resources are free to use and share.

You are Not Alone

iMind Mental Health Solutions helps those struggling with mental health issues, as well as those who love them, every day. We do all we can to help facilitate better understanding about the mental health and erase the stigma, one person at a time.

The Latest Mental Health Research & Updates

Much like other areas of healthcare, mental health is a rapidly evolving field of new discoveries and opportunities. Researchers and clinicians are continually looking for new and better ways to treat mental conditions. That’s why we provide these industry updates to you as they happen. Together, we can stay at the forefront of mental health and its treatment and help make an impact in reversing the progression of the mental health epidemic.

Latest Mental Health Resources

  • How to Use Your Workplace’s EAP Program

    How to Use Your Workplace’s EAP Program

    Feeling overwhelmed by stress at work? Worried about juggling life’s demands? You’re not alone. If your workplace has an Employee Assistance Program (EAP), it may be able to help. Think of it as your confidential support system – a dedicated resource ready to help you navigate any challenge, big or small.

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    Does My Child Have ADHD?

    Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder commonly recognized in childhood. ADHD manifests through pronounced symptoms of distractibility, impulsiveness, and, in many cases, excessive activity that is beyond the expected behavior for a person’s age and development.

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    What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy? Does it Work?

    Much like a software developer debugs code, cognitive behavioral therapy works to debug your harmful thoughts and behaviors—but does it work? The answer is yes, and for a variety of mental troubles.

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    What is Mental Health IOP?

    Sometimes it helps to have more support. Mental health intensive outpatient programs can offer that, and have proven helpful in keeping people out of mental health facilities.

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    What is the Hardest Mental Illness to Have?

    Mental health is a complex part of our wellbeing, deeply personal and uniquely challenging for each one of us. When it comes to mental illnesses, there is no one-size-fits-all…

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    Answers to the 10 Most Frequently Asked Questions About Therapy

    Here are the top 10 questions about therapy that we commonly receive. We believe the answers can boost understanding of mental health and the role therapy plays in it.

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    Do Nurse Practitioners Practice Psychiatry?

    When you step into a mental health center or a psychiatrist’s office, you might expect to be seen by a psychiatrist or a therapist. However, it’s increasingly common to find yourself in the care of a nurse practitioner (NP), particularly in settings focused on mental health.

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    What is Mental Health First Aid?

    Mental health first aid is just like the first aid given for physical injuries, but it is for mental health. It provides initial support and care to someone in distress, helping stabilize their situation and guide them toward professional help if needed.

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    TMS for Depression: How it Helps

    Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) works directly on the areas of the brain responsible for mood regulation. Dysfunction in these areas can cause depression, and TMS aims to correct it.

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    Vagus Nerve Stimulation: How it Helps for Depression

    VNS offers a distinct approach to treating depression, particularly for those facing limitations with traditional methods. VNS utilizes an implanted device, roughly the size of a silver dollar, positioned near your collarbone.

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    Childhood Neglect: What You Need to Know About How it Affects Mental Health

    Childhood neglect casts a long shadow that can extend well into adult life. The ramifications of such neglect are not limited to individual mental health. They manifest powerfully in how we connect, trust, and build relationships as adults.

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    What is Integrative Psychology? Can it Work for You?

    Integrative psychiatry looks at the entire picture of a person’s life. It’s not just about what’s going wrong. It’s about understanding all the factors that affect mental health, including diet, exercise, sleep, relationships, and work-life balance.

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Mental Health Resources

  • How to Use Your Workplace’s EAP Program
    How to Use Your Workplace’s EAP Program

    Feeling overwhelmed by stress at work? Worried about juggling life’s demands? You’re not alone. If your workplace has an Employee Assistance Program (EAP), it may be able to help. Think of it as your confidential support system – a dedicated resource ready to help you navigate any challenge, big or small.

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  • Can You Use FMLA for Mental Health?
    Can You Use FMLA for Mental Health?

    Yes, under the FMLA, eligible employees can take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave per year to address qualifying family-related or health issues – including mental health ones – without the fear of losing their jobs. Here are the general eligibility criteria for both employees and employers…

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  • What is the Hardest Mental Illness to Have?
    What is the Hardest Mental Illness to Have?

    Mental health is a complex part of our wellbeing, deeply personal and uniquely challenging for each one of us. When it comes to mental illnesses, there is no one-size-fits-all. Each condition brings its own set of obstacles and experiences. When we ask, “What is the hardest mental illness to have?” the answer is far from…

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Grief and Loss

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  • Inside the Life of Someone with OCD
    Inside the Life of Someone with OCD

    Emily wakes up to the sound of her alarm at 6:00 AM. Before she can leave her bed, she engages in a series of mental checks: confirming the safety of her environment, ensuring that no harm will come to her loved ones, and repeating a specific phrase in her mind that she believes will keep…

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  • First Mother’s Day Without Mom: How to Cope
    First Mother’s Day Without Mom: How to Cope

    Grief is a unique and solitary journey that reshapes our world in ways we cannot anticipate until we experience it ourselves. Those mourning the loss of a mother probably already understand the individual and often isolating path of grief, as the person who has traditionally been a source of comfort is no longer there to…

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  • Are We Overusing the Term Passive Aggressive?
    Are We Overusing the Term Passive Aggressive?

    Sometimes people might label behavior as passive-aggressive when it’s actually just indirect communication or avoidance of confrontation. Overusing the term can dilute its meaning and make it less effective in addressing genuinely passive-aggressive behavior.

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