Mental Health Recovery

Recovery and Wellness Lifestyle Introduction

Every aspect of your life — the place you live, the people you live with, your friends and acquaintances, the things you do or don’t do, the things you own, your work, even things like pets, music, and color affect how you feel. If you are concerned about your mental health or the quality of your life, you can do many things and make changes in your life that will help you to feel much better. This chapter will help you think about those areas of your life that may need to be changed and possible changes you could make.

Creating Change-Taking Action

Weblog Entries
Stop By A Kiosk To Check Your Mental Health? May 26, 2017

You can easily find a kiosk to check your blood pressure. ATMs are commonplace to quickly check your bank balance and grab some cash. Retailers offer employment kiosks to check... Read More


Gestalt Therapy: The Empty Chair Technique Mar 14, 2017

Gestalt: an organized whole that is perceived as more than the sum of its parts. Gestalt therapy focuses on you as a whole, interconnected with your environment, relationships and experiences... Read More


Getting Proactive With Severe Mental Illness Nov 5, 2016

A few weeks ago, I drove up to Los Angeles to see an old sorority sister. We hadn’t hung out in a couple of years, nor had we done the... Read More