Mental Health Month in Full Swing

May 10, 2018 by Beth Sitzler

With May being Mental Health Month, now is a great time to revisit NATA’s many mental health-related resources. The Mental Health section of the website features a bevy of related resources, from position and consensus statements to articles and guidelines. In addition, NATA has created several infographic handouts that examine various aspects of mental health, including:

  • Mental Health: Published in the May 2016 NATA News, this infographic handout details the signs and symptoms of mental health-related concerns as well as athlete burnout.
  • Sleep: This infographic handout, which originally ran in the April 2017 NATA News, examines the role sleep plays in cognitive performance, physical health and mental health.
  • Suicide Awareness: Published in the July 2017 NATA News, this infographic handout discusses the signs to look for and how to help someone suspected of having suicidal thoughts.
  • Stress: The latest mental health-related infographic, published in the May 2018 NATA News, this handout focuses on what to do when stress becomes too much and includes self-care tips.

Don’t forget to also check out NATA’s other infographic resources in the Infographic Handout Library.

For more information about mental health and Mental Health Month, visit the Mental Health America website. There, you’ll find additional resources related to mental health and patient care, as well as information about the organization’s Mental Health Month efforts. During the month of May, Mental Health America will focus on the mind and body through the theme “Fitness #4Mind4Body.”