5 minutes that is all you need to be a listener here. In less than 5 minutes you can take a breath and a break and enjoy a bit of knowledge, self-care and more! This podcast is a perfect blend of mental health topics delivered in a conversational and educational way from Tara Michener Licensed Professional Counselor, Author, Speaker and Mom
Have you had a moment to take in how you are feeling that is uninterrupted? Do you feel like you do not have time to cry or grieve because of the fast-paced nature of this pandemic? Take some time to listen and share with those who need to hear this.
How can you still convey love languages although things are altered because of the pandemic? Let's discuss how to still make sure those you love feel like you want to be social even if you need to be at a physical distance.
This is not your normal schedule but it is also not your normal life. Be kind to yourself. We are in the middle of a pandemic. How do you need to adjust and still be careful to allow yourself patience as you navigate this change of life? Let's discuss.
Yesterday we talked about my collaboration with mrswebersneighborhood.com and how to help you to help your kids. We also talked about maintaining your own mental health. Today we talk about the implications of social distancing and how that might be harder if you are an extrovert. Let's discuss.
We want to support you during this pandemic! People with children may have to adjust schedules based on school closures and interruptions. I was able to partner with mrswebersneighborhood.com to bring you some tips and encouragement during this time. Lauren Weber is a mom, a blogger and a incredible person who cares about the community. I was able to meet her 1000 years ago at a volunteer event and she is still giving back. Please take time to listen here about her tips for kids boredom but also take a gander at her site!
Are you feeling like certain aspects are reoccurring and you are wondering if they are serious enough to reach out for help? This episode gives some insight and clarity on what should prompt you to look into things in a deeper way...
This is a new segment that I am introducing that allows me to check in with you on what I have done this week for self-care and also it gives you the listener an opportunity to tell me what you have already done for yourself to embrace self-care. The goal is inspiration, accountability and a shared connection to motivate each other to stay focused on our needs. What have you done this week to care for yourself? Take a listen to what I did!
What do you love the most about being a therapist? I asked Mia Reid this question and she gave an answer! Are you curious? You should be! Take a listen and be sure to review, share, subscribe and support! Welcome Mia!
Mia Reid, MA, LCMHC, LLPC is someone who I think that listeners will be happy to learn more about. In this segment I give an introduction of my knowledge of Mia and the energy that she brings to our profession of therapy.
How often do you place value on investing in yourself? Are there things that you can begin doing on a regular basis that helps you to get to the next level in your life? Do you need to read more? Find a passion project? Utilize a community resource more often? Listen and share your thoughts with me after you take in the idea of investing in yourself. What are you now inspired to do?
Have you heard of the term gaslighting before? It involves heavy manipulation and is something that can make you second guess yourself. Take a listen. See if you have heard anyone using these tactics in your own life.
Your passion is there for a reason...but how close are you to actually achieving it? This episode explores how you can gain clarity and pathways by visualizing , asking the right questions and using clarified thinking to help you to get to the action stage of accomplishing your passion.
Have you ever had a situation occur where you needed to gain composure and ground yourself? Have you ever needed to help someone else to gain a sense of calm? This podcast episode is a good start for you to gain some tips to help.
Do you need someone to hold you accountable? Can you do the same for someone else? You might find that having a person in your life to help you to avoid the obstacles that get in your way of success is helpful. Take a listen, share and review. Your thoughts are valuable.
Have you considered having a meeting with you? A meeting before you put on many hats before your board meeting or your interview...take a moment. Check in. What needs to happen? What priority needs to be put on the top and what extra needs to be eliminated? Let's discuss it. Take a listen.
If you feel like you need more than five minutes to get a hold of your clutter-do not worry. This subject matter will be discussed a lot but in 5 minute segments of course because this is what we do here. Take a second and listen. My goal is to encourage you and empower you that simple steps like writing down your problem areas when it comes to clutter will help you to tame your space and free up mental space at the same time. Remember to review!
Sometimes your day may take you by storm and it can be tough to even know what is happening inside of your mind. Take some time to listen to this episode that focuses on listening to the thinking patterns that naturally happen inside of your head.
It is not necessary to have a romantic partner to celebrate Valentines Day. Think about giving your friends a bit of affection through cards or thoughtful gestures-let's discuss more after you take a listen!
Do you need a vacation? Let's discuss the best way to plan that makes things less stressful and more doable. This is all about your mental health and figuring out the in's and out's of travel should make your journey more complete. Do you like what you hear? Become a supporter at only .99 per month!
Do you love listening to podcast but you find that you do not ever have enough time to finish the episodes? This is the right podcast for you to subscribe to! Mental Health Moments with Tara is a 5 minute podcast and chock full of info about mental health, self-care, relationships and more. Take the time to listen, share, support and respond. This is time encapsulated just for you!
We use this episode to talk about the tie-in with mental health and representation. If you feel seen that is a good start to feeling heard and ultimately feeling healthy. Listen in and give your thoughts on this five minute talk that should make you consider how mental health is a big part of who you are.
Valentines Day is a big deal for some but for others it can be a dreaded day. I am addressing ways to make this heartfelt celebration positive and healthy in this podcast by using tips to give yourself some extra compassion, love and care.
Do you ever think about podcast listening as a self-care ritual? We talk about that here! Selecting the right schedule, subject matter and subscriptions to make your day, your week or your month a bit better is a good method to healthy information and distraction. Take a listen and be sure to share.
Tara Michener uses this episode to talk about the importance of ruling out persistent health issues. There are times when resolve happens when a second opinion and various appointments are involved. Take a listen and come up with your own solutions to navigate the opportunity to optimize your own health.
Tara Michener is talking to you about your purpose! What has been on your to-do list? Once you figure it out ask yourself if it should be on your list or if it adds to your purpose. This is what today's podcast episode is all about. Take 5 minutes and listen to a few ways to help you get closer to your purpose.
This episode is all about carving out a bit of time to reflect and think through your past. Victories, Defeats and everything in between needs proper time to process but it is easy to forget just how to do that. We talk a bit about journaling, meditating and making time to allow reflection to be a priority.
The process of grieving is different for different people. As long as it is healthy there is no right or wrong way...take a listen to the discussion on this topic that is hard to navigate for many of us.
This is your day to take five minutes or less to add to your mental wellness! In under five minutes you can do a lot. I know that you are busy so let's work on giving you a bite sized boost in your schedule.