A Culture Not A Costume: The Psychological Damage of Stereotypes and Cultural Appropriation

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By: The Resource Group Team Cinco de Mayo, Spanish for the “Fifth of May,” is an annual celebration held on this day every year. The day is observed to commemorate the 1862 event where General Ignacio Zaragoza led the Mexican … Continued

Pandemic Parenting: Helping Your Child Cope

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By: The Resource Group Team The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic can affect children and young people far beyond the physical risk of disease. The mental health impact of the virus is something that is hitting everyone across the globe, but … Continued

The Second Wave: The Mental Health Effects of a Pandemic

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By: The Resource Group Team After more than a year of living through a global pandemic, it is finally starting to seem like there is a light at the end of the tunnel. But for many people, there is simply … Continued

Staying Sober in a Crisis: An Interview with Mark Whitaker

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Mark Whitaker, LCPC is a psychotherapist at The Resource Group Counseling & Education Center and he has been practicing for 5 years. He works with clients ages 10 and up. He has a degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from … Continued

Relapse: Recognizing the Warning Signs

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By: The Resource Group Team Merriam-Webster defines relapse as: a recurrence of symptoms of a disease after a period of improvement. However, I feel that is too broad of a definition on what Relapse is. So I asked Marie Collins, … Continued

Stress and Anxiety in a Pandemic: How Your Mental Health is Affected in a Global Crisis

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By: The Resource Group Team COVID-19 has played a serious role in changing everything we know about the world, and that change has been seen deep in the mental health field. Whether you believe the change is good or bad, … Continued