Social Media Messaging

Join us in the national discussion as we increase awareness for mental wellness of mental health care professionals! If you are active on social media, help spread the message by sharing these social media posts on your pages.


General Social Media Messages

    • I’m joining @InSightTelepsych and @Inpathy in the nationwide effort to increase awareness about the importance of mental wellness for mental health professionals #StartsWithUs
    • 67% of mental health workers may be experiencing high levels of burnout. It’s important for these professionals to take care of their mental wellness, as they provide care for those living with mental health conditions. #StartsWithUs
    • Mental health care professionals are just as likely to have mental disorders as other individuals. @InSightTelepsych and @Inpathy are leading the national discussion to increase awareness of mental wellness for mental health professionals #StartsWithUs

Adverse childhood events also known as ACEs (abuse, abandonment, an incarcerated family member, parent with: alcoholism, mental illness, addiction, divorce or death) are known to increase risk of mental and physical ailments as adults. But there is hope.


The cold weather months can mean a lot of time spent indoors and bring about feelings of cabin fever and restlessness. But there can be more to boredom than that. PsychCentral examines causes of boredom and how they can addressed.


The schedule of the holiday season can make it difficult to attend regularly-scheduled wellness sessions. However, the National Association on Mental Illness suggests that maintaining routines is key to not feeling overwhelmed during this time of year.


When it comes to the topics of mental health and psychological treatments, there are many misconceptions. Three psychologists debunk several common myths in the hopes of reducing stigma and providing much-needed education to the general population.

Thanksgiving can be a triggering holiday for those who are recovering or recovered from eating disorders. The national eating disorders association shared these seven tips to help get through Thanksgiving . For more information, check out their blog.

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