The Teen Suicide Pandemic

March 25, 2022
By Brittany Simer

There is a pandemic affecting adolescents that has been growing in severity for decades, without the coverage or attention that it deserves. Suicide is a hard subject to talk about, […]

Anger: Harmful or Helpful?

February 25, 2022
By Nicole Cho

When was the last time you were grateful for being angry? Were you ever thankful to have gotten angry? I often hear that anger is not good. Anger is destructive. […]

Hope After Death

January 25, 2022
By John O'Brien

With the Corona pandemic, many of us have experienced the deaths of friends and family members. Some of these died from Corona, some from other causes that may have caught […]

Christmas Memories

November 22, 2021
By Phil Wood

Memories of Christmases past are like presents under the tree.  Arriving in all shapes and sizes, some grab our attention and overshadow the thoughts of the season, while others are […]

What’s Your Mindset?

October 19, 2021
By Marcy Blake

Simply defined, your mindset is a set of beliefs that shape how you see yourself and the world around you.  It influences how you think, feel, and behave in any […]

How to Cope When Things Get Scary

September 21, 2021
By Lisa Day

I am a Behavioral Medicine Clinical Psychologist and Registered Nurse and have been practicing with Meier Clinics for 28 years.   While working with anxiety and stress in the arena of […]

Exercise and Mental Wellness

August 30, 2021
By Amy Batista

Scripture states, “I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me” (Philippians 4:13). While we can find strength through this verse for any of life’s challenges, I have been […]

Dealing with Anxiety

July 23, 2021
By Esther Areba

Meier Clinics provides services to people with various mental health illnesses including depression, bipolar, psychosis, ADHD and various forms of anxiety. This article will focus on anxiety, which is defined […]

Mental Illness vs. Mental Wellness

June 22, 2021
By Chance Gallo

In most of our society, the term “mental illness” is perceived as something to be afraid of or too much to handle. Although, mental illnesses can be scary at times, […]