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The importance of understanding the role eating disorders play in your community, and remaining aware of the signs and symptoms to watch out for.
How to invest in your mental health this year by building habits that stick.
Prioritize your mental health this month with these practical tips.
Creating a Safe Environment for BIPOC, LQBTQ+ and Other At-Risk Students
Mental illness is on the rise, it is more important than ever to make sure the mental health community is focusing efforts on finding solutions for poeple who need mental healthcare the most.
Learning that failure is not defeat, it is an opportunity.
The importance of training your thoughts to observe moments that bring you happiness.
The importance of learning to accept your full emotional experience.
The importance of practicing loyalty to ourselves.
The importance of doing things that we love for short term happiness and improved mental health and emotional wellbeing.
As each day brings the unknown, choose to draw on the experience of joy in your life
Entering a new year allows one to reflect and select the direction for an improved way forward.
Chronic exposure to stress can wreak havoc on our memory, capacity to learn, and impair our ability to make sound decisions.
Types of Stress & Ways to Cope and Take Back Your Power
In honor of National Depression and Health Screening Month, Hurdle’s clinical leader shares three ways to prepare a plan for your mental health.
In honor of September’s Suicide Prevention Month, let’s move the conversation from suicide to suicide prevention
Another unpredictable school year looms ahead as the pandemic lingers. These four tips can help your child return to school with resiliency.
BIPOC Community Considerations
A primer on how to deepen your celebration of diversity
A parent’s guide to supporting their children through a healthy transition to summer
Everyone can remember a painful or disquieting life experience. It is important to remember that when our emotional well-being takes a strong blow or is threatened by external events, our memory registers the feeling fueled by the perception of the experience.
A look at how the death of George Floyd and the social justice movement birthed in its wake have resulted in various forms of trauma for people of color.
A Blueprint to Manage the Weight of Racial Trauma
Welcome to the Hurdle Glossary, a list of culturally intentional mental healthcare definitions to guide you throughout the Hurdle experience.
In this white paper, we explore the efficacy of Hurdle’s multicultural framework that engages patients in authentic discussions regarding their racial, ethnic, and cultural concerns.