Practicing wellness is essential to behavioral health. During SAMHSA’s 4th annual National Wellness Week, use Facebook and Twitter to share how you enhance your physical, emotional, social, intellectual, spiritual, financial, occupational, and environmental wellness. Use the hashtag #ShareWellness when you post a photo, video, or message of your favorite health and wellness activities.
Stay involved in the #ShareWellness social media conversation to learn more about wellness and gather ideas for new wellness activities that could improve your overall health and well-being. For more information aboutSAMHSA’s National Wellness Week 2014, stay connected with SAMHSA on Twitter (@samhsagov) and Facebook.
Today is World Suicide Prevention Day and I have lots of resources to share with you.
Now Matters Now is an online DBT skills training program. (This is an exciting project!)
Later today there will be a BPD Chat on Twitter that’s all about how to handle a crisis.
I like the idea behind the Semicolon Project.
Trying to figure out why you might want to stay alive? Marsha Linehan has developed a Reasons for Living Inventory. If you’d like a copy, email me.
Please don’t give up!
About Hope for BPD
The mission of Hope for BPD is all about educating you about evidence-based treatment and helping you to connect with compassionate clinicians and great treatment programs globally so you can make smart health care decisions.
Remember, consultation does not take the place of quality care and treatment with a licensed health care provider.
If you are interested in getting better or helping someone you love to get better then you’ve already made the first step.
You can reach me by telephoning (941) 704-4328 or by e-mailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’d absolutely love to hear from you!
Thanks for the kind words! I’m truly blessed to be able to come back to D.C. I never thought it was possible. Lifeskills was such an instrumental part of getting me started on my journey and I’m so happy I made the decision to come there instead of doing an IOP in D.C. I’ll let my parents know that you said “hello!” They are actually coming to visit me in a couple of weeks before school starts again. There is so much change happening, but it is truly exciting! I will definitely keep you updated :)! Thank you for reaching out. It made my day!