Social media and your mental health by Diandra Medina

It’s important to be self-aware and recognize these warning sign when it comes to social media and your mental health: ⁠

📱 Feeling increased anxiety, depression and/or loneliness ⁠
📱 Spending more time on social media than with friends and family ⁠
📱 Comparing yourself with others or frequently feeling jealous ⁠
📱 Being trolled or cyberbullied online ⁠
📱 Engaging in risky behaviors or outrageous photos to gain likes and comments ⁠
📱 Noticing that your school work and relationships are suffering ⁠
📱 De-prioritizing self-care (such as exercise, sleep and mindfulness)


Diandra’s passion for therapy stems from the ability to see the courage, strength, and empowerment in all of her clients. Whether you are going through a tough time or looking for a long term positive change in your life, she believes every individual has the ability to enjoy positive wellbeing in their lives. Diandra is a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern and is ready to help you live a more fulfilling and compassionate life!