Make 2017 the Year of Good Mental Health With Some Easy Steps



No matter where you are in the world, what you have on your plate, or what is expected of you, keeping up with healthy habits to promote good mental health is vital. You cannot expect to perform your best for yourself, family, friends, and work if you are not in good mental health.

Participating in healthy habits that promote good mental health does not have to be costly or time consuming. It could be simple tasks such as taking a few deep breaths every day to collect your thoughts, or making sure you’re eating well, and exercising. All three of these healthy habits help contribute to your overall mental health, changing how you feel about yourself and how you react to the world around you. 

More than just a glass half-full mentality, improving your mental health can have a profound result on your relationships, personal, and professional life. Thus, healthy habits that promote good mental health are just as important as healthy habits that promote good physical health, so do yourself a favor and treat your mind and body with the love you deserve! If you find that these steps don’t help, you may want to start with a quick mental health self-assessment by clicking the link below. 
 

Start the Anonymous Mental Health Self-Assessment »

This program is conducted completely anonymously.


About the Screening Tool

The Aspen Strong Screening Tool is a public education program, and the feedback that you will receive after completing your screening is informational, not diagnostic. Your screening score indicates only whether your responses to the questionnaire are consistent with symptoms of any of the following disorders: depression, bipolar disorder, generalized anxiety disorder or post-traumatic stress disorder. 

Based on your results of your anonymous screening, you will receive:


• A variety of educational resources for you to take home
• A list of local referral resources
• An opportunity to schedule a confidential interview with a mental health professional to discuss the results of your screening