Emotional well-being

 
Emotional well-being

Your body and mind are intricately and intimately connected. When one is out of sorts, the other suffers, which is why it's so important to spend time tending to both.

Your emotional health hinges on so much: the stress of day-to-day life; hope and disappointment; loss and gain; fear and faith. Finding ways (and the time) to soothe yourself in the midst of life circumstances is hard — and also necessary for survival. That emotional salve is different for everyone: taking quiet time or being more social; taking up a new hobby or rekindling an old one; taking a trip or taking a nap; spending time with people who have your best interests at heart.

We know, too, that sometimes, hobbies and quiet time aren't enough. Addiction, anxiety and depression may command a higher level of care. There's no shame in that. Everyone deserves to feel their best; we'll help you find what works.

Manage your stress
Self-care
Anxiety
Depression
Substance abuse
Sleep
Recreation and travel