The Mood Space is an e-counseling platform to deliver support for individuals dealing with stress, anxiety, depression and other mental health related concerns. Our services enable you to seek help in a confidential and convenient way via phone and video sessions.
Depression is a common psychiatric disorder that gives a feeling of hopelessness, anxiety, restlessness, and confusion. Along with therapy, there are many lifestyle changes like exercise, meditation, healthy eating, getting enough sleep that can help to combat depression and anxiety. Getting involved in recreational activities or expressing inner thoughts through creativity can lead to improved concentration, memory, and mood. While there are numerous creative fields like wri
Art is a medium that has been known to have great healing effects on various health concerns. The simple sensory pleasure that it offers can help individuals with their mental health, too. Studies show that creating art releases happy chemicals like dopamine, that make us feel happier, reducing the levels of anxiety, stress, and depression. Art can be in a variety of forms like painting, photography, singing, dance, etc. Through art, people can look for conflicting ideas, bel
I have always believed that no human being is perfect! Having imperfections or flaws is what makes us human. Feeling the beauty of perfection is great, but embracing flaws is so much worth it, too! Unfortunately, we choose to ignore worthy facts. We are in such an ultra-modern life, that only beauty, perfection, brilliance, and triumph is paid attention to. Such a shame! But gladly, they never ever last long! Wherever we go, we have to compare ourselves with others. We compar
Twelve. Age twelve was the first time that I was bullied for the color of my skin. I clearly remember running back home from the bus stop evening after evening and crying to my mother until all of the energy was drained out of my body. Even though I do not have many memories of my middle and high school years anymore, the ones that I do never tug at my happy heartstrings. Instead, they bring back daunting memories of the racial trauma that I constantly faced back then. That’s