Our Founder and CEO Erin Pash joins Behavioral Health Business to forecast trends for the outpatient mental health space in 2023.
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“Where we go wrong with New Year’s resolutions is there’s this idea that it’s supposed to be some big, sweeping change, because that sounds kind of sexy. [But] as humans we’re not wired to make big, sweeping changes.” – Dr. Terri Bly in her recent interview for Verywell Mind on why New Year’s resolutions fail.
Are you overly agreeable, have difficulty expressing your opinions, and are unable to make decisions on your own? You may be showing signs of a submissive personality. Dr. Terri Bly explains the signs and solutions, and why it is not necessarily bad to have a submissive personality.
Kyle Ross is a passionate psychotherapist, educator, and advocate for mental health. He has been part of Intero Psychedelic Therapy as a Senior Director since its founding. He has focused his career on bringing innovative and creative ways to increase access to mental health services, especially for those who struggle with complex mental health issues. Over the past five years he has focused his clinical practice Psychedelic Assisted Psychotherapy.
Co-founder and CEO Erin Pash is leading the charge to change the culture of mental health. So often mental health services are clouded by the stigma surrounding mental illness, and mending this broken system is the first major step into providing access to care for everyone. Erin has since become a key contributor in the mental health community and one of the biggest voices for mental wellness.
Scott & Heather Cramer share their “why” on bringing Ellie to Indiana.
Rapidly surpassing their first year expectations, Ellie receives a hearty and inspiring response from eager entrepreneurs.
Hear from co-founder and CEO Erin Pash and Franchisee Scott Cramer about Ellie difference and importance of services.
As mental health reaches crisis status worldwide, Ellie introduces an innovative solution.
Ellie experiences a warm welcome by the franchising community as they sprint to 100 sales in the first 100 days.
It’s now been more than a year and a half since we first went into lockdown, and studies show that the pandemic continues to have an impact on mental health. One Twin Cities-based mental health provider is seeing it firsthand and says that it’s taking steps to break down barriers to care. “Everyone has a unique story to tell. They just need to feel safe to share it,” Erin Pash said.
Ellie is currently working with a franchise development organization that is committed to Ellie’s cause. They want to ensure that they find other like-minded folks to join their “Ellie Fam” and bring their unique and successful model to communities who really are looking for a place to connect and belong.