Mental Well-Being

Lead the Way in Your Own Mental Health Journey

February 12, 2024

If you’re in a position of leadership—whether that’s in the workplace, a community sport or other group activity, or in your household—it can be easy to let your mental health fall to the wayside. After all, it can be hard to take care of yourself when you have other people looking to you for help and guidance. But in order to be the best version of you, it’s important to prioritize your mental well-being, and protect your peace as often as you can. 

It’s More Than Just Taking a Few Deep Breaths.

The pressure of other people relying on you can be daunting, but there are plenty of ways to look after yourself to make sure you’re at your best. When you’re starting to feel overwhelmed, evaluate where your stress is coming from. Have you been getting plenty of rest, or is your anxiety keeping you up at night? What about your nutrition? Have you been eating three meals a day and getting plenty of healthy foods in your system? 

Sometimes, caring for yourself is as simple as getting a nap or eating some fruit. Other times, it’s much bigger than that, and you may need a little extra help to get back in gear. Hancock Health offers a variety of counseling services to help you get the care you need. If you or someone you know is interested in establishing care with a therapist or psychiatrist, please call the Hancock Counseling and Psychiatric Services at 317-468-6200. You may also call the Hancock Health Connection Center at 317-468-4231. Our support navigators would be happy to review treatment options and help you find the services you need to manage your stress and strengthen your well-being: mentally, physically, and emotionally.

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