Helping Your Adolescent Navigate the Summer

July 20, 2021 Posted in: Announcement

As summer break from school begins, and the world continues to open up after the pandemic, many teens are struggling to adapt to “life as normal”. Teenagers... Continue reading →

Pandemic Effects: Summer 2021- Safe and Fun Activities for the Family

July 20, 2021 Posted in: Announcement

School is out, warm weather is here, and more and more people are getting their COVID-19 vaccinations. The feeling of “normal” is slowly coming back to our communities. But many of... Continue reading →

Managing the Post-pandemic Return to Normalcy

July 9, 2021 Posted in: Announcement

The pandemic forced millions of people out of their routines. For many, this meant no longer having access to the coping strategies and structures they needed to maintain their... Continue reading →

Pandemic Effects: Social Anxiety

July 9, 2021 Posted in: Announcement

The pandemic disrupted every aspect of our lives. On their own, each of these changes might have been small. Shifting to remote work was challenging, for example. So were the many... Continue reading →

How to Combat Seasonal Depression & COVID-19 Stress

December 14, 2020 Posted in: News Release

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Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) also known as seasonal or winter depression affects millions of Americans each year, and the... Continue reading →

Electroconvulsive Therapy: How It Works & Key Benefits

December 10, 2020 Posted in: News Release

In some cases, patients who suffer from severe depression are unable to find an effective treatment. They may have tried a range of medications and behavioral health... Continue reading →

Key Benefits of Stress Management & How to Achieve Them

December 10, 2020 Posted in: News Release

The COVID-19 public health crisis has caused significant disruptions to home and family life, and for many people, these changes have led to increased feelings... Continue reading →

Using a Trauma-Informed Care Approach for Behavioral Health

October 3, 2020 Posted in: News Release

Many people who face behavioral health issues also have a history of trauma. One can experience trauma in various ways, and trauma can affect an individual for years after a traumatic event... Continue reading →

Minority Mental Health Awareness Month: Why & How To Engage

August 5, 2020 Posted in: News Release

Minority Mental Health Awareness Month comes each July, and it is a time to reflect on the challenges that minority... Continue reading →

Signs of Suicidal Depression You Should Look Out For

November 15, 2019 Posted in: Press Release

Suicide is one of the top causes of death in the United States, and the rates of suicide are rising. According to... Continue reading →