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How To Support Someone Else In Seeking Therapy | Image

How To Support Someone Else In Seeking Therapy

At TheMindClan, we are strong advocates for mental health care that breaks away from the cookie-cutter approach. We recognize that mental health care can look different for different people, and everyone’s support systems are very personal....

September 17, 2020 Read More

Differences between Counsellors, Psychiatrists, Social Workers, Life Coaches. | Image

Differences between Counsellors, Psychiatrists, Social Workers, Life Coaches.

As the stigma around finding support for your mental health reduces, there is a valid confusion about the professions in the mental health field. Who are the professionals in this space?...

June 4, 2020 Read More

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A Short Guide On Trigger Warnings

What is a trigger warning? A Trigger warning is a statement that cautions a reader about potentially disturbing or upsetting content. They appear in different ways on different platforms. Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram warn their users about triggering images by blurring them out....

June 1, 2020 Read More

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Condemning Conversion Therapy

May 17th is marked as the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. On this day, 30 years ago, the World Health Organization (WHO) recognized that homosexuality is not a disease....

May 17, 2020 Read More

Origami of Becoming: A doodle journal | Image

Origami of Becoming: A doodle journal

We are born into stories. Since time immemorial and the days around the campfire, we have been telling stories. Some stories we carry with us about who we are and what is important for us and we build connections by re-telling these stories....

April 6, 2020 Read More

Accessing online lists of therapists? Here's what you need to keep in mind | Image

Accessing online lists of therapists? Here's what you need to keep in mind

These are trying, difficult and uncertain times due to the sudden and rapidly growing COVID-19 pandemic across the world. What is emerging as a collective human response to the distress is little actions of support, resilience, and hope that we are sharing with each other....

March 24, 2020 Read More

Working from home? Watch out for these flags | Image

Working from home? Watch out for these flags

For years, we’ve seen various companies, big and small, built on the concept of having remote teams, distributed across locations and sometimes even time zones. Employees have witnessed first-hand the tangible benefits of a remote job, primarily on their physical and emotional health....

March 21, 2020 Read More

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Responding to anxiety

Anxiety is often experienced as a physical reaction in the body. You might notice anxiety in the form of increased heart rate, sweating, needing to pace around a lot, hot flashes or chills, nausea, or shortness of breath....

March 20, 2020 Read More

Prioritizing digital distancing | Image

Prioritizing digital distancing

We’ve been reading a bunch of tips on how to care for ourselves in this outbreak. From practicing social distancing to tips on how to wash our hands, we’re slowly equipping ourselves with the knowledge we need to cope with the outbreak....

March 20, 2020 Read More