5 Tips for Prioritizing Exercise for Essential Workers

In a crisis, essential workers may have limited capacity to engage in exercise that is necessary to maintain both physical and mental health.

Dr. Michele Kerulis Discusses Her New Role as Chair of the Midwest Region of the American Counseling Association

Dr. Michele Kerulis shares her priorities as she assumes a new role with the ACA during a challenging time. 

Adopting Telemental Health in a Time of Crisis

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has underscored the reality that the need for mental health services is not location or population specific—it is universal. Access to mental health care continues to be a critical issue for all counselors, and, at its core, telemental health is focused on access.

Understanding Sleep Hygiene and Mental Health

Sleep hygiene is part of maintaining physical and mental health outcomes, which requires honoring one’s own needs and making changes for better sleep.

American Counseling Association Honors Dr. Eric Beeson With Trailblazer Award

Dr. Eric Beeson discusses his push to infuse neuroscience into the counseling profession.

What Is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor? New Publication Provides a Comprehensive Answer

Dr. Eric Beeson discusses the publication of the Essentials of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Profession.