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#WorldMentalHealthDay – Understanding Mental Health with Kathryn Saretsky

Today, Wednesday October 10th is World Mental Health Day. This day was created with the overall objective of raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and to generate efforts in supporting mental health. Journey Counselling is proud to actively participate in mental health advocacy and is excited to share an insight from one of our psychologists, Kathryn Saretsky, who draws on her experience of building a safe and caring relationship with clients through ongoing therapy. Here’s what Kathryn had to say..

Q.What does it mean to fear the judgement of others, and how does fear also make us judge ourselves?

A. When we fear the judgment of others we often present ourselves in ways that are inauthentic to who we are and who we want to be. We begin to monitor ourselves in unhealthy ways and restrict ourselves from reaching our full potential.

Q.Can you speak about the importance of getting help?

A.It is very important to understand that getting help does not mean we are weak but it means we are strong. It can be scary to be vulnerable but it is worth the outcome when we feel better and can take on life’s challenges with a fresh outlook.

Q.Why do we all need to practice emotional first aid?

A.We all need to practice emotional first aid because it is no different than practicing physical first aid. When you get a cut, you bandage it. When you feel emotional pain, you need to recognize it and practice compassionate self-care to encourage healing.

Q.How do you think people should deal with the social stigma of mental illness?

A.Continue to talk about it! Tell your own story and be open to those you care about when they share their feelings and their truth. 

Today is a great day to also show your support for better mental health and start looking after your own wellbeing - so hit like, share, and spread the word!

#WorldMentalHealthDay – Understanding Mental Health with Kathryn Saretsky

Today, Wednesday October 10th is World Mental Health Day. This day was created with the overall objective of raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and to generate efforts in supporting mental health. Journey Counselling is proud to actively participate in mental health advocacy and is excited to share an insight from one of our psychologists, Kathryn Saretsky, who draws on her experience of building a safe and caring relationship with clients through ongoing therapy. Here’s what Kathryn had to say..

Q.What does it mean to fear the judgement of others, and how does fear also make us judge ourselves?

A. When we fear the judgment of others we often present ourselves in ways that are inauthentic to who we are and who we want to be. We begin to monitor ourselves in unhealthy ways and restrict ourselves from reaching our full potential.

Q.Can you speak about the importance of getting help?

A.It is very important to understand that getting help does not mean we are weak but it means we are strong. It can be scary to be vulnerable but it is worth the outcome when we feel better and can take on life’s challenges with a fresh outlook.

Q.Why do we all need to practice emotional first aid?

A.We all need to practice emotional first aid because it is no different than practicing physical first aid. When you get a cut, you bandage it. When you feel emotional pain, you need to recognize it and practice compassionate self-care to encourage healing.

Q.How do you think people should deal with the social stigma of mental illness?

A.Continue to talk about it! Tell your own story and be open to those you care about when they share their feelings and their truth.

Today is a great day to also show your support for better mental health and start looking after your own wellbeing - so hit like, share, and spread the word!
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