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Dr. Mangum offers individual psychotherapy and testing for those with brain based disorders (TBI, AD

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05/01/2022

May is mental health awareness month. Take time to access this toolkit to get informed on how how to maintain mental health.

03/16/2022

Sharing this beautiful clip of the Pacific Ocean coast to encourage taking time to be present.

03/09/2022

Happy International Women’s Day!

02/23/2022

The Center for Brain Health is welcoming some notable presenters this year! Dr. Chopra, Dr. Suzuki, and Dr. Gupta will be discussing current topics in regards to brain health. Registration is free. Go to the following link to register:
Signup.centerforbrainhealth.org

Man With ALS Tweets Using Brain Implant That Translates Thoughts Into Text 01/25/2022

Man With ALS Tweets Using Brain Implant That Translates Thoughts Into Text

This is such a promising development that will help improve the quality of life for those with ALS.

Man With ALS Tweets Using Brain Implant That Translates Thoughts Into Text "The system is astonishing, it's like learning to ride a bike — it takes practice, but once you're rolling, it becomes natural."

01/18/2022

Honoring MLK’s Legacy today! 💙

✨ It’s time to welcome 2022 with Amanda Gorman’s (@amandascgorman) energy and her new, never-before-read poem. ✨

“New Day’s Lyric”

May this be the day
We come together.
Mourning, we come to mend,
Withered, we come to weather,
Torn, we come to tend,
Battered, we come to better.
Tethered by this year of yearning,
We are learning
That though we weren’t ready for this,
We have been readied by it.
We steadily vow that no matter
How we are weighed down,
We must always pave a way forward.

This hope is our door, our portal.
Even if we never get back to normal,
Someday we can venture beyond it,
To leave the known and take the first steps.
So let us not return to what was normal,
But reach toward what is next.

What was cursed, we will cure.
What was plagued, we will prove pure.
Where we tend to argue, we will try to agree,
Those fortunes we forswore, now the future we foresee,
Where we weren’t aware, we’re now awake;
Those moments we missed
Are now these moments we make,
The moments we meet,
And our hearts, once all together beaten,
Now all together beat.

Come, look up with kindness yet,
For even solace can be sourced from sorrow.
We remember, not just for the sake of yesterday,
But to take on tomorrow.

We heed this old spirit,
In a new day’s lyric,
In our hearts, we hear it:
For auld lang syne, my dear,
For auld lang syne.
Be bold, sang Time this year,
Be bold, sang Time,
For when you honor yesterday,
Tomorrow ye will find.
Know what we’ve fought
Need not be forgot nor for none.
It defines us, binds us as one,
Come over, join this day just begun.
For wherever we come together,
We will forever overcome. 01/04/2022

✨ It’s time to welcome 2022 with Amanda Gorman’s (@amandascgorman) energy and her new, never-before-read poem. ✨

“New Day’s Lyric”

May this be the day
We come together.
Mourning, we come to mend,
Withered, we come to weather,
Torn, we come to tend,
Battered, we come to better.
Tethered by this year of yearning,
We are learning
That though we weren’t ready for this,
We have been readied by it.
We steadily vow that no matter
How we are weighed down,
We must always pave a way forward.

This hope is our door, our portal.
Even if we never get back to normal,
Someday we can venture beyond it,
To leave the known and take the first steps.
So let us not return to what was normal,
But reach toward what is next.

What was cursed, we will cure.
What was plagued, we will prove pure.
Where we tend to argue, we will try to agree,
Those fortunes we forswore, now the future we foresee,
Where we weren’t aware, we’re now awake;
Those moments we missed
Are now these moments we make,
The moments we meet,
And our hearts, once all together beaten,
Now all together beat.

Come, look up with kindness yet,
For even solace can be sourced from sorrow.
We remember, not just for the sake of yesterday,
But to take on tomorrow.

We heed this old spirit,
In a new day’s lyric,
In our hearts, we hear it:
For auld lang syne, my dear,
For auld lang syne.
Be bold, sang Time this year,
Be bold, sang Time,
For when you honor yesterday,
Tomorrow ye will find.
Know what we’ve fought
Need not be forgot nor for none.
It defines us, binds us as one,
Come over, join this day just begun.
For wherever we come together,
We will forever overcome.

Amanda Gorman’s eloquent new poem brings
new energy, Inspiration, and perspective to our new year 2022! Let’s greet this new year with renewed hope, kindness, and courage.

https://www.instagram.com/tv/CYEpCgxBTAf/?utm_medium=copy_link

✨ It’s time to welcome 2022 with Amanda Gorman’s (@amandascgorman) energy and her new, never-before-read poem. ✨ “New Day’s Lyric” May this be the day We come together. Mourning, we come to mend, Withered, we come to weather, Torn, we come to tend, Battered, we come to better. Tethered by this year of yearning, We are learning That though we weren’t ready for this, We have been readied by it. We steadily vow that no matter How we are weighed down, We must always pave a way forward. This hope is our door, our portal. Even if we never get back to normal, Someday we can venture beyond it, To leave the known and take the first steps. So let us not return to what was normal, But reach toward what is next. What was cursed, we will cure. What was plagued, we will prove pure. Where we tend to argue, we will try to agree, Those fortunes we forswore, now the future we foresee, Where we weren’t aware, we’re now awake; Those moments we missed Are now these moments we make, The moments we meet, And our hearts, once all together beaten, Now all together beat. Come, look up with kindness yet, For even solace can be sourced from sorrow. We remember, not just for the sake of yesterday, But to take on tomorrow. We heed this old spirit, In a new day’s lyric, In our hearts, we hear it: For auld lang syne, my dear, For auld lang syne. Be bold, sang Time this year, Be bold, sang Time, For when you honor yesterday, Tomorrow ye will find. Know what we’ve fought Need not be forgot nor for none. It defines us, binds us as one, Come over, join this day just begun. For wherever we come together, We will forever overcome.

01/01/2022

Rest In Peace Betty White. She was one of a kind with an infectious spirit.

12/27/2021

A moving tribute to those that may have lost loved ones recently or are not able to spend the holiday together

12/21/2021

Tis the season for gifting 🎁 We ❤️ giving back!

12/02/2021

Michael J. Fox reflects on the importance of cultivating an optimistic outlook

10/04/2021

🍁Change is beautiful indeed 🍁

09/11/2021

On this 20th Anniversary, let’s take a moment to honor the lives lost and their families impacted.
Hearing the stories of those that have triumphed over the past year after this tragedy brings great hope and resolve. United We Stand🇺🇸💙

09/03/2021

Taking time to honor lives lost to covid and to acknowledge healthcare staff, patients, and their loved ones that are still moving through this. Also, taking a moment to engage in the simple joys that life brings everyday.

Simone Biles’ sponsors offered statements of support Wednesday following her decision to pull out of Thursday’s individual, all-around gymnastics competition at the Tokyo Olympics, citing mental health concerns. “Being the best also means knowing how to take care of yourself,” said Athleta chief brand officer Kyle Andrew. Visa, another athlete sponsor, recognized Biles’ “incredibly brave decision,” senior vice president of global sponsorship strategy Andrea Fairchild said.⁠
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(📸: Loic Venance/Getty Images) 07/28/2021

Simone Biles’ sponsors offered statements of support Wednesday following her decision to pull out of Thursday’s individual, all-around gymnastics competition at the Tokyo Olympics, citing mental health concerns. “Being the best also means knowing how to take care of yourself,” said Athleta chief brand officer Kyle Andrew. Visa, another athlete sponsor, recognized Biles’ “incredibly brave decision,” senior vice president of global sponsorship strategy Andrea Fairchild said.⁠

(📸: Loic Venance/Getty Images)

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Glad to see Simone getting support for her brave decision to focus on her self care.

Simone Biles’ sponsors offered statements of support Wednesday following her decision to pull out of Thursday’s individual, all-around gymnastics competition at the Tokyo Olympics, citing mental health concerns. “Being the best also means knowing how to take care of yourself,” said Athleta chief brand officer Kyle Andrew. Visa, another athlete sponsor, recognized Biles’ “incredibly brave decision,” senior vice president of global sponsorship strategy Andrea Fairchild said.⁠ ⁠ (📸: Loic Venance/Getty Images)

07/23/2021

On Fridays, we wear Blue! Proud of our fantastic team.

05/31/2021

Happy Memorial Day! 🇺🇸

Thankful for our brave soldiers that sacrificed for the freedoms we have today!💙

05/14/2021

Sign up to join a walk to support the National Alliance of Mental Health May 22nd
Visit: www.Namiwalks.org

05/13/2021

Try these tips to improve your mental health

Photos from Behavioral Health Providers's post 05/01/2021

Take a break and check out the new art exhibit of George W. Bush’s portraits of immigrants.
We Stand 🇺🇸💙

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