Signs of Suicide

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Important: If you or someone you know has shown any signs of suicide call 9-1-1 immediately. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 800-273-8255. Warning Signs of Suicide and Risk Factors: They Are There if You Know What to Look For If you do a Google search for “Is it okay to ask someone if they… continue reading »

Dating Someone With Anxiety

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A Relationship With General Anxiety Disorder Needs Communication, Support—Like All Strong Relationships—to Thrive In any relationship, people need to support each other and communicate well. There will always be challenges to face together; that is the keystone to any relationship. Serious health concerns, financial stress, family loss, child-rearing, job relocation, weight gain, extramarital affairs, fertility… continue reading »

From I to Other: There Are Four Types of Bipolar Disorder

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Bipolar disorder is a mental illness that causes extreme changes in a person’s mood, energy, and ability to think clearly, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). It adds that “people with bipolar experience high and low moods—known as mania and depression—which differ from the typical ups-and-downs most people experience.” Bipolar disorder is… continue reading »

What Does an Anxiety Attack Feel Like

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Good question! This is quite easily one of the most popular internet searches when someone is overcome with a list of symptoms such as a clenched stomach, racing heartbeat, and difficulty getting breathing under control. His/her thoughts may start to wonder if it is normal or if they are experiencing a heart attack. Worry and… continue reading »

Majic 102.1 Public Affairs Podcast

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SUN leadership was recently interviewed on Houston’s Public Affairs Podcast, where they discussed SUN’s mental health and substance use services, the behavioral health impact of COVID-19 and the important work the organization is doing in the community. Listen to the full podcast below.

May 15 Virtual Zoom CEU: Technology-Assisted Therapy & Supervision (Webinar)

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Join us for the SUN Continuing Education Series on May 15 as we welcome Vaughn M. Bryant, III, Ph.D., LMFT-S, LPC-S, LCDC-CCS, presenting, “Technology-Assisted Therapy & Supervision” as a VIRTUAL webinar. The Program Psychotherapy has been traditionally practiced in a shared space with the client and the therapist meeting face-to-face. Modern technology has enabled psychotherapy… continue reading »

2/21 CEU: OCD & Anxiety Training — OCD 101

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Join us for the SUN Continuing Education Series on February 21 as we welcome Dr. Elizabeth McIngvale of the Peace of Mind Foundation presenting, OCD & Anxiety Training: OCD 101. The Peace of Mind Foundation, founded by Elizabeth McIngvale, Ph.D., offers an OCD 101 Training to school districts, mental health organizations and businesses interested in learning… continue reading »