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The Importance of Mental Health

What is mental health? Though no concise definition exists, mental health is basically your attitude and approach to life. Psychological, environmental, genetic, or physiological factors have a profound effect on overall mental development. What is mental illness? Mental illness impairs your ability to perform routine tasks, foster healthy relationships, or …

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Safe Touch – A Key to Good Mental Health and Relationships

I believe any educated and sensitive massage therapist will tell you that they tend to meet people who are more authentic in expressing themselves than perhaps one would just meet in an office setting. Even the same person is more authentic and gentle in a safe touch massage setting. Minimal …

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Why Mental Toughness Is Far More Important Than Physical Toughness

Mental Health Mental fitness is a scale of psychological relief or a lack of mental illness. It is the “psychological situation of anyone who is functioning at a fitting degree of emotional and social adjustment. From the outlook of constructive psychology, intellectual health might also include an individual’s aptitude to …

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The Role of Recreational Therapy in Mental Health Treatment

Recreational Therapy has become a popular component of treatment for many health fields, including mental health. The American Therapeutic Recreation Association defines it as “a treatment service designed to restore, remediate and rehabilitate a person’s level of functioning and independence in life activities, to promote health and wellness as well …

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Treating Mental Health and Forensic Populations

No longer is it possible to assess and/or treat a mental health population without also interfacing with forensic issues such as legal infractions, Courts, violence, sexual behavior problems, delinquency, crime, Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity, substance abuse, and others. The training and approaches to the mental health population is …

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