Mental health professionals share self-care tips for the new year – The Oakland Press

With more than 90% of New Year’s resolutions failing, Michigan medical experts share how to make — and keep — a 2024 resolution to prioritize mental health. (Photo courtesy of Metro Creative Connection)

One of the most popular New Year’s resolutions is to improve mental health—surpassing even weight loss, according to a survey by Forbes Health.

But with more than 90 percent of New Year’s resolutions failing, Michigan medical experts share how to make — and keep — a 2024 resolution to prioritize mental health.

Leah Mills, a clinical therapist and CEO of Ntervene, LLC in Ypsilanti, said the first step is to actually understand why mental health is so important to a person’s overall well-being.

Leah Mills

“Read what mental health coverage covers. Get to know the function of the mind and its power over your body and everything you do and say – to yourself, your family, friends, colleagues/peers and even strangers,” she said.

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