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Boundaries and Balance: Prioritizing Your Mental Health in Relationships

“Boundaries are the distance between where you end and where I begin.” Dr. Harville Hendrix (Ph.D, Marital and Relationship Psychotherapist) In romantic relationships, it’s common for our needs to take a backseat, leaving us feeling overshadowed or depleted. This can stem from difficulties in expressing ourselves and making space in the relationship. Setting boundaries is […]

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Boundaries and Balance: Prioritizing Your Mental Health in Relationships
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Effects of Music

As we rush about our day, we might forget the power that music has on our lives and health. How the brain processes music Music makes its way through the ear canal as sound waves, which reach the eardrum and vibrate as sound, before travelling through the inner ear to the cochlea. The sense organ […]

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Do I Have Anxiety, Depression, or Both? Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

Struggling with your mental health can be overwhelming. But you are not alone, even if it often feels that way. Anxiety and depression are two common mental health disorders, with anxiety affecting nearly 40 million adults1 in the United States and depression affecting 280 million.2  Even though these conditions are common, they shouldn’t be considered […]

Sophia Deschler RN, BSN
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Do I Have Anxiety, Depression, or Both? Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments
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Rychel Johnson, M.S., LCPC

Rychel Johnson, M.S., LCPC, is a licensed clinical professional counselor in Kansas. She owns a private practice, Empower Mental Wellness, specializing in anxiety treatment and social skills development. Rychel also enjoys extensive road trips and spending time with her husband, toddler, and two cats.

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Jessica Chrisman

Jessica Graduated magna cum lade from the University of Miami with a Masters of Science and is a board certified FNP. While in school she worked at a cardiac clinic where she served as the head research liaison on a pacemaker and coronary artery study. As a medical provider Jessica has worked in a wide range of specialties including primary care, epidemiology, cardiac surgery, ENT, occupational health, and longevity. She has also held management positions as the clinical director of an epidemiology practice that focused on global health and collaborated with UCLA on their Monkey pox study. Most recently she works as a medical director at one of the top entertainment companies where she treats employees, oversees operations, and creates educational content. Jessica has a passion for education and bridging the gap between health and modern day living. She consults for several health startup companies, some of which have included WebMD and Care Message. Creating and implementing educational programs for students and employees, Jessica has guest lectured at various campuses and places of employment.

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