• Mar 24, 2021 12:00 pm
  • 17:39 mins

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, one in five Americans deal with mental health problems. Those struggles range from extreme stress and burnout, to anxiety and depression. As the fight to de-stigmatize seeking help increases, the wait time for seeing a therapist or counselor has also increased. One study done by the National Council for Behavioral Health and the Cohen Veterans Network shows that 94 million Americans had to wait over a week to see a therapist. So, if you are struggling with your mental health and are waiting to get help, what are some things you can do in the interim? Or if you have started to notice a decline in your mental health, what are some things that can help you get back on track? Here to offer some guidance is the founder of Lyfe Scuplt, an app dedicated to enhancing mental wellbeing, Treigh Christensen.