April 11, 2015 / Tags / Mental Health

7 Blogs tagged as Mental Health

Jul
22
2014
by Matthew Ellis   |   comments
<h1><a href="/blog/the-quickstart-guide-to-a-decluttered-home">The Quickstart Guide to a Decluttered Home</a></h1>
Like many, we have a 'junk drawer' in the kitchen that acts as a catch-all for stuff we don't know where to put elsewhere. Every once in a while, it becomes overwhelming. Last night was one such instance.
May
01
2014
by Matthew Ellis   |   comments
<h1><a href="/blog/may-is-mental-health-month">May is Mental Health Month!</a></h1>
This May is Mental Health Month. Episcopal Health Ministries is raising awareness of the role mental health plays in our lives and providing tips and resources so anyone can take steps to promote good mental health.
Oct
30
2013
by Matthew Ellis   |   comments
One in four American adults are living with a diagnosable mental illness in a given year, but many of them are afraid to reach out for the help they need. “A New State of Mind” features just a few of the millions of Californians who are refusing to stay silent while untreated mental illness takes an unnecessary toll on our families and communities. Their stories of hope, resilience and recovery will change the way you think about mental illness.
Jun
03
2013
by Matthew Ellis   |   comments
<h1><a href="/blog/president-obama-applauds-commitments-to-raise-awareness-and-increase-understanding-of-mental-health-at-white-house-conference">President Obama Applauds Commitments to Raise Awareness and Increase Understanding of Mental Health at White House Conference</a></h1>
We are thrilled to be mentioned in the fact sheet from the White House regarding President Obama's remarks at the at the National Conference on Mental Health. We have recently confirmed with White House staff our commitment to increase awareness of how parishes can address mental health in our communities. Look for more to come soon!
May
28
2013
by Matthew Ellis   |   comments
<h1><a href="/blog/amy-richter">Amy Richter: Seeking Balance in a Frantic World - A Christian Approach</a></h1>
From Amy Richter's keynote address at the recent NEHM conference: [T]he lens through which I want to approach this topic is looking at Jesus. But I need to start by saying something out loud that we all to some extent already know: that in many of the ways that we think of balance, Jesus is a terrible role model. If balance, as commonly conceived, is about moderation--the right amount of being and doing, of giving and receiving, of busyness and rest, of time together and time apart--for sustainability and self-preservation, then Jesus is a really bad example.
May
01
2013
by The Rev. 'Bean' Murray   |   comments
<h1><a href="/blog/may-is-mental-health-awareness-month-guest-post-from-emin">May is Mental Health Awareness Month: Guest Post from EMIN</a></h1>
The Rev. 'Bean' Murray, coordinator of Episcopal Mental Illness Network, reminds us that May is Mental Health Awareness Month. This is a good opportunity to remember that all of our congregations have members facing mental illness issues whether they have a diagnosed disorder, have a family member with a disorder, or are a caregiver.
Sep
24
2010
by Peg Black   |   comments
<h1><a href="/blog/myths-of-mental-illness">Myths of Mental Illness</a></h1>
Peg Black shares a resource from the National Alliance on Mental Illness, dispelling some common myths about mental illness.