How to Find New Clients as a Mental Health Counselor

  The National Institute on Mental Health (NIMH) reports that Americans have a one-in-four chance of developing a diagnosable mental health issue at some point in life. What this means for you as a counseling student or professional counselor is that potential clients are everywhere. The challenge for many counselors is that much of counseling

How Bullying Affects the Health Care Workplace — and What You Can Do About It

  These days, it seems that you cannot turn on the news without hearing another tragic story related to bullying. Children as young as middle-school age are taking their own lives as a result of the torments and taunts of others, while just many young people suffer in silence, never telling anyone of the abuse

How to Get Your Kids Excited About Exercising

If your kids like to spend their free time, surfing the internet, playing video games or watching TV you’re probably not alone. Although those types of sedentary activities may be fine in moderation, kids also need exercise. According to the National Institute of Health, regular exercise helps kids feel better about themselves, maintain a healthy

A Guide to Cleaning Your Hearing Aid

Hearing aids are pretty fantastic devices; an invention capable of completely transforming someone’s life for the better. If you’re not deaf, count yourself lucky, then imagine how hard it would be to lose the ability to hear your partner’s voice, or your child’s laughter, or the breaking of waves on the shore, or even just

5 Top Tips to Normalize Heart Work in the Summer

Guest post by Maria Kruk, an author for Top.me Summer season appears to be one of the reasons of additional load on a heart. In particular, it is associated with increased air temperature, evaporation of asphalt, exhaust gases, which surround people every day. Consequently, human heart suffers from lack of oxygen, vital for both heart-vascular