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Between visiting family and friends, attending holiday parties and school concerts, buying gifts, and volunteering, the commitments of the holiday season leave many of us feeling overwhelmed.
“I think it’s important for people to know that during this festive time of year, it’s okay to share what you’re feeling, whether it’s good or painful,” says Dr. Lindsey Bergman, clinical director of Rogers’ new LA clinic. “So often there are assumptions made that everyone is happy and cheerful. But that’s not always the case, so don’t be afraid to let others know that you’re having a hard time.”
Mental health resources are available
If you’re concerned about yourself or a loved one’s mental health, we’ve compiled a list of mental health resources that can offer support. If you’d like information on seeking treatment at Rogers, please call us at 800-767-4411 or request a free, confidential screening by filling out a form online.
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