When we struggle with a mental illness, we often want to change what’s going on in our brain right now. But that’s not possible. The only thing to do is to accept what your brain is throwing at you and learn from it. But what is possible, is taking actions today that are going to make your brain better able to make healthy decisions in the future.
"At Montecatini Treatment Center, we provide women and girls with the support and love that they need to overcome the horrors of eating disorders. Healing takes place in a warm environment of knowledgeable mentors that will be there for you every step of the way towards recovery."
Who hurt you? Traumatized you? Neglected you? Abused you? Molested you? Beat you? These are relevant questions that should be asked. We are more than a diagnosis, we are people seeking help and direction.
Toward a Trauma-informed Classroom: 5 Things We Can Do To Heal Trauma Now
Mental Health in Canadian Workplaces infographic. Visit our website for more information and resources links on workplace mental health: http://www.ccohs.ca/oshanswers/psychosocial/mentalhealth_intro.html