Self Help Videos
Go to our YouTube page to find videos of our therapists providing tips and tools to help you address some of the struggles you or a love one may be dealing with today.
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In response to the demand / requests from people like yourself, we have started to create mental health videos. Watching mental health videos can serve several purposes and benefits for individuals. Here are some reasons why people like yourself might choose to watch some of the Center for Growth's mental health videos:
- Education and Awareness: Mental health videos often provide valuable information about different mental health conditions, symptoms, causes, and treatment options. They can help individuals become more informed and aware of the various aspects of mental health.
- Reducing Stigma: Mental health videos can contribute to reducing the stigma surrounding mental health issues by normalizing conversations about them. When people see others openly discussing their experiences, it can help break down barriers and encourage open dialogue.
- Self-Help and Coping Strategies: Many mental health videos offer practical advice, coping strategies, and self-help techniques that individuals can incorporate into their daily lives. These strategies may include mindfulness exercises, relaxation techniques, stress management tips, and more.
- Validation and Connection: Watching mental health videos can make individuals feel validated and less alone in their experiences. Seeing others share similar struggles can create a sense of connection and empathy.
- Insight into Others' Experiences: Mental health videos often feature personal stories and testimonials from individuals who have dealt with mental health challenges. Watching these videos can provide insights into the experiences of others and help individuals better understand what others may be going through.
- Professional Guidance: Some mental health videos are created by mental health professionals, such as therapists and counselors, who offer guidance and advice on specific issues. These videos can be a valuable resource for individuals seeking professional insights. Please note, nothing that we share should be taken as mental health advice. We have never met you. We are not aware of your particular circumstances, which might cause us to shift what we are saying. You must be evaluated by a professional to receive feedback that is specific to you. Our only goal in creating mental health videos is to broaden people's understanding / awareness. Only your therapist can help you decide what is best for you.
- Supplement to Therapy: Mental health videos can complement traditional therapy by offering additional resources and tools that individuals can use outside of therapy sessions. PLEASE NOTE, we have not met you. You will need to review any of our videos with your therapist to decide if the content shared is applicable to you in your particular circumstance.
- Easy Accessibility: Videos are easily accessible on platforms like YouTube, making it convenient for people to access information and support from the comfort of their own homes.
- Building Resilience: Watching mental health videos can contribute to building emotional resilience and coping skills, which are important for managing stress and navigating life's challenges.
- Prevention and Early Intervention: For some individuals, watching mental health videos can help them recognize early signs of mental health issues in themselves or others, encouraging them to seek help before the situation worsens. Again, you know if this is truly applicable to you, you will need to be evaluated be a professional. Watching a video does not count as being seen.
It's important to note that while mental health videos can offer valuable insights and support, they should not replace professional medical advice or treatment. If someone is experiencing severe or persistent mental health concerns, it's crucial to seek guidance from a qualified mental health professional.