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Meditating in Backyard


Provided by Zen Holistics Owner, LaTasha Thomas, who practices

and teaches meditation as a means of empowerment and authenticity

Helpful Books

Hand Selected with you in mind.

Useful Handouts

Hand Selected with you in mind.

Cognitive distortions are irrational thoughts that can influence your emotions. Everyone experiences

cognitive distortions to some degree,

but in their more extreme forms they

can be harmful. 

When you become overwhelmed with distressing thoughts or feelings, including intense anxiety, activities that keep your mind and body connected (called "grounding") can be helpful in regaining a sense of stability and mental focus.

A thought record is a common cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) exercise. It's a practical way to capture and examine your thoughts and feelings about a situation, and your evidence for them, using a set of seven prompts.

These are generally long-held beliefs about ourselves, the world, and our relationships with others. They usually have been with us since childhood, are based upon our experiences, and reinforced throughout our lives.

Developed by Dr. Gloria Willcox, the feeling wheel is a proven visual aid that helps people recognize, talk about, and change their feelings.

Practice this five minute routine daily to master neuro-hacking. The routine includes drinking water, brain buttons, super brain squats, cross crawl, hook-ups calming, and infinity breathing.

Sleep hygiene is the term used to describe good sleep habits. Considerable research has gone into developing a set of guidelines and tips, which are designed to enhance good sleeping.

Mental Health Hotlines

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
1-800-273-8255 (1-800-273-TALK)

Postpartum Depression – Talk To A Mom Who’s Been There: 1-800-773-6667 (1-800-PPD-MOMS)

The Trevor Project – Crisis Intervention And Suicide Prevention for LGBTQ+ Youth: 1-866-488-7386

Vet2Vet Veteran’s Crisis Hotline:

Veteran’s Crisis Line:
1-800-273-8255 (Press 1)

Youth American Hotline – Counseling for Teens by Teens: 1-877-968-8454 (1-877-YOUTHLINE)

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