For many immigrants, both their journey to and their experiences in the United States can be traumatizing, but they are unlikely to access help from counselors unless counselors themselves work to mitigate some of the barriers.
A growing body of research suggests counselors should no longer think of mental health in isolation but rather as part of a complex system that includes what people eat.
Vaping has received a significant amount of negative publicity over the past several months, but counselors say that alone won’t motivate most users to stop.
By using the public health approach, maximizing protective factors, and minimizing risk factors, professional counselors can help prevent suicide in service members, veterans, and military families.
Mental health professionals are increasingly beginning to recognize and treat chronic procrastination as something much deeper than a time-management or lifestyle issue.