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1. National Crisis Line
https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please contact the Crisis Line at the contact information below.  Mental health professionals are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Please note you do NOT need to be actively suicidal/homicidal to reach out, any urgent mental health concerns are appropriate when accessing this resource.

Call: 1-800-273-8255
Text: Home to 741741 

2. Insight Timer (website and app)
https://insighttimer.com/
Insight Timer offers over  100,000+ free meditations for anxiety, depression, sleep, gratitude, joy, spirituality, among others.  Many of my clients love using this app to navigate both stressful emotions and to help them experience more positive emotions

3. Body Movement
We're learning more and more everyday the benefits of moving our body.  Regardless if it's yoga (e.g., Vinyasa yoga, slow flow yoga, yin yoga), Tai Chai, cardiovascular exercise, body movement helps our physical, psychological, and overall wellbeing.  Please consult your medical provider before engaging in any form of exercise.  

If you're looking to explore different forms of yoga and/or how yoga may improve your symptoms of anxiety, depression, and/or irritability, here's one resource:


        1. Hannah Brown Yoga and Bodywork
             https://www.hannahbrownyoga.ca/

                 Although Hannah Brown is based in Peterborough (suburb of Toronto, Canada) she offers one-on-one Zoom                      classes, group Zoom classes, and a you tube channel.  She is a yoga teacher who values inclusiveness and                            accessibility for all.  

 
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