Mental Health Resources

FYI for the adults……It is never too late for children to get involved in their own mental health care. You would be surprised at how much they can and will learn if you figure out the way to teach them! Taking care of yourself mentally really builds a great sense of self confidence and achievement for kids of all ages. They learn to see themselves in a different way, in turn seeing the world in a better way. The results of their personal best gives them a sense of pride and that pride makes them want to learn more and share all that they have learned. This gives children the desire to help others achieve what they have achieved. It makes them feel good about themselves, they feel loved and safe knowing that the adults in their lives take care of themselves. When they believe that they have made a difference in their own lives and the lives of others, they can’t help but want to keep on going for that same feeling.

We can give children the information, the tools, the support, and the role modeling they need and they will take it from there. They tend to do as we do, not as we say, for the most part! That’s what sticks!

Xiomara A. Sosa


Fear & Anxiety: Natural Treatment Solutions

Clinical Depression (Major Depressive Disorder & Dysthymic Disorder)

Major Depression Resource Center 

Take On Depression

Overcoming Depression and Finding Happiness

A Gene to Explain Depression

Signs You May Be Depressed, How It Impacts Pain And Other Ailments


Change Your Mind, Your Brain and Your Life!

Dietary Supplement SAM-e Aids Treatment of Depression

Five Myths About Antidepressants

Spotting the Signs of a Depressive Episode

No-Cost Strategies to Fight Depression

Depression is Still Badly Misunderstood

New Science Links Food & Happiness

10 Ways to Get Things Done Despite Depression

Common symptoms of depression include guilt, irritability, and having a feeling of sadness that won’t go away

Spotting the Signs of Depression

3 Ways to De-fuel Your Depression

Depression: Test Your Knowledge

Psychiatrists Explore Ways to Fight Depression Without Drugs

Atypical Depression

Sexual Minority (LGBTQQI) Health

LGBT Health Journal