Your mind is very
powerful. Your thoughts can contribute to your distress or they can help you to
overcome distress. Learn Cognitive Behavioral Techniques (CBT)
techniques for improving your mental health.
Note to Christians: We are instructed to take every
thought captive. Not doing so leads to distress and can result in making
poor choices. Learn how to become more aware of your thoughts and
techniques for refuting distorted thoughts with Truth.
The mind, body, and
spirit are intimately connected. Lack of adequate sleep, hydration,
nutrition, exercise, relaxation, and recreation can interfere with your
ability to manage your
stress. Learn techniques for improving and maintaining your physical
Note to Christians: Your body is a temple for the
indwelling of the Holy Spirit. It is also a temporary vessel with
built-in obsolescence. Either way, we are mandated to take care of the
body that God has given to us.
Note to Christians: We are created with a need to
know our creator. That spiritual void can only be completely filled when
we have a personal relationship with God. Lack of that relationship can
result in feeling empty, lost, alone, and unequipped to deal with
note: The information provided on this website is not intended to replace
professional services. If you are struggling and in urgent need of
professional help, please seek that help
immediately (call 911 or go to a hospital emergency room). Also, please see our
list of Crisis Resources.