It’s okay to have mixed emotions, swinging from frustrated to hopeful is normal. Mind Springs Health’s clinical operations manager, Jackie Skramstad, reflects on the past year in a recent Aspen Times article. Click here to read.
The pandemic’s impact on young children and teens has been significant in many of the areas served by Mind Springs Health. A recent article by Jakob Rodgers and Debbie Kelley in the Denver and Colorado Springs Gazettes discusses the mental wellness of Colorado’s young generation. Click here to read the entire article.
A New Year’s resolution is a promise a person makes for the new year. According to Business Insider, approximately 74% of Americans say “they are determined to learn something new, make a lifestyle change or set a personal goal in an effort to better themselves in 2021.” This percentage is up approximately 15% from 2020.…Details
The holidays are most often viewed as a time when people should be happy, rejoicing in a season of giving, togetherness, and celebration. However, for some people, this time of the year can be incredibly painful. With it, comes a period of sadness, anxiety, loneliness, and depression. Feelings of sadness that last during the holiday…Details
“Out of the mountain of despair, a stone of hope.” Martin Luther King, Jr. 2020 has proven to be an unusual year to say the least. A global pandemic and the largest wildfires in Colorado’s history have caused an increase in anxiety, depression, and substance use throughout our state. For many individuals, 2020 has brought…Details