7 Things a Person With a Mental Illness Doesn’t Want to Hear

Even though we have entered a time in which the stigma generally associated with mental illness has lifted, the battle isn’t over. In fact, a large majority of people have no idea how to even talk about it.

Have you ever been at a business or social gathering and heard someone saying things that are highly offensive? Well, we all have. But the fact is that most people have no idea that their statements are in any way insulting or disrespectful.

To address this, we are happy to share another guest post, now a new feature on Pick the Brain. Pick the Brain is one of the top sites for motivation, productivity, health and self improvement.

Learn more and finish reading our guest post in its entirety on Pick the Brain! Plus, you may just learn a few tips on how to better respect those with a mental health disorder!

5 Things Therapists Want to Tell Their Patients (And That Patients Want to Know!)

If you’re a therapist, have you ever considered some of the things other therapists might want to tell their patients? If f you’re the patient, however, have you ever wondered what your therapist might be thinking?

We are very excited to share our latest guest post, which has been featured on Consumer Health Digest. Consumer Health Digest features the healthcare news that you can benefit from the most, so we just love their informative content!

Learn more and finish reading our guest post in its entirety on Consumer Health Digest. Look for the five things therapists want to tell their patients (and that their patients want to know)!

5 Signs Your Therapy Is Working

Thankfully, we seem to be finally emerging into an era where some of the stigma relating to mental illness is beginning to fade. Nowadays, when an individual feels that therapy might help a particular situation, an appointment with a therapist is typically made.

However, as a patient, how can you tell when your therapy actually seems to be working? And as a therapist, how do you also recognize those signs?

To answer these questions, we are very excited to share another guest post, which has been featured on Pick the Brain. Pick the Brain is one of the top sites for motivation, productivity, health and self improvement.

Learn more and finish reading our guest post in its entirety on Pick the Brain! Plus, you may just learn a few tips on how to notice when your therapy is working for you!

5 Big Myths About Therapy

We’ve all probably had a doubt or two before starting therapy. People who haven’t put the work in sometimes don’t have a positive outcome, and maybe we worry that we’ll find ourselves in that same scenario. Will it be too expensive? Can I stop whenever I want? What if I just don’t “click” with my therapist? There are so many concerns. But, there are also myths that just aren’t based on facts, that should have no part in our decision making.

This is why we are very pleased to share our latest guest post, which has been featured on The Mighty. The Mighty is the premier community for mental health, and their content is informative, candid and honest!

Learn more and finish reading our guest post in its entirety on The Mighty! Plus, you may just dispel a few of those myths about therapy while you’re at it!

What Are the 4 Proven Ways to Find the Therapist That’s Right for You?

When you’re about to pick a therapist, this is a major decision in your life. Yet, so many people think that they just have to go with the therapist who is assigned to them through a referral or their primary care physician. I am happy to announce that this is not at all the case!

Therefore, we are very excited to share our latest guest post, which has been featured on Consumer Health Digest. Consumer Health Digest features the healthcare news that can benefit you the most, and we just love their content!

Learn more and finish reading our guest post in its entirety on Consumer Health Digest. Look for the four proven ways to find the therapist that’s right for you!

5 Signs of a Modern Mental Health Practice

Choosing your therapist is a major decision. This will be the clinician who will provide you with the treatment plan that you need to achieve a more positive mental health environment. Therefore, it is very important that the therapist that you choose works within a modern mental health practice, with plenty of options and tools at their disposal.

We are very excited to share our newest guest post, which is featured on The Mighty. The Mighty is one of the premier online communities for persons with mental health conditions. We just love their content here at Mentegram!

Learn more and finish reading our guest post in its entirety on The Mighty. Look for five signs of a modern mental health practice!

5 Things Your Therapist Would Love You to Do

If you’ve made the step to finally see a therapist, congratulations! You’ll soon find that it’s one of the best decisions you’ll ever make. Of course, you’re going to need to put in a little work to have a positive outcome, but can you really help your therapist help YOU? Absolutely!

We are extremely pleased to share our latest guest post, which is featured on Pick the Brain. Pick the Brain is one of the top sites for motivation, productivity, health and self improvement.

Learn more and finish reading our guest post in its entirety on Pick the Brain, including five things you can do to make your therapist love you!

How to Become Productive Without Getting Stressed Out

In today’s world, it can be really difficult to be more productive without adding extra stress to your life. When you put more into your work, it can often add feelings of anxiety. However, are there really ways to cut back on stress, as well as get more done in a day?

We are excited to share our latest guest post, which is featured on Lifehack. Lifehack is one of the top visited sites for those hoping to live more fulfilled lives. It also has areas focusing on psychology, productivity and more.

Learn more and finish reading our guest post in its entirety on Lifehack, including seven ways to beat stress and become even more productive.

A Journey Of Mental Clarity From A Mental Health Startup Founder

While running a startup can be one of the most rewarding experiences imaginable, it can definitely take a toll on your mental health. Wouldn’t it be great to know a few tips to be sure you stay on track?

We are proud to have a guest post written by one of our co-founders, Milan Steskal, featured on HuffPost, one of the premier online sites for news and candid articles providing plenty of thought-provoking information.

Learn more and finish reading the guest post in its entirety on HuffPost.

How Technology Helped Me Finally Sleep Through the Night

Have you ever wondered more about Mentegram and how it actually works with therapists to help keep their patients more engaged? This technology is providing assistance to patients suffering from a variety of mental heath conditions. It ensures that when they walk out of their therapy session, they continue to stay connected to their treatment. How great is that?

We are proud to have our guest post, featuring this candid narrative of exactly how Mentegram works, on The Mighty. The Mighty is one of the premier communities for mental health disorders. It helps countless people with their thought-provoking, first-hand articles.

Learn more and finish reading our guest post in its entirety on The Mighty.