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3 Tips on How to Resolve Family Conflict

January 30, 2019 Posted in: Press Release

Occasional conflict is a normal part of family life. A family is comprised of individuals who can all hold... Continue reading →

How to Beat the Holiday Blues

December 14, 2018 Posted in: Announcement

The holidays are supposed to be a time of joy and cheer, and for many individuals, they are. For others, however,... Continue reading →

Demi Lovato: A Case Study on Mental Health and Opiate Addiction

August 8, 2018 Posted in: Announcement

Mental Health and Opiate Addiction

Demi Lovato's drug overdose on July 24, 2018 is indicative of the opiate addiction that is sweeping the nation resulting in 42,000 deaths in 2016... Continue reading →

More than Just Addiction: Identifying and Treating Co-occurring Disorders

May 25, 2018 Posted in: Press Release

If you or a loved one have suffered through addiction, you probably understand the close relationship between substance use... Continue reading →

Men’s Mental Health: It’s Okay to Be Not Okay

April 23, 2018 Posted in: Announcement

Even in today’s more emotionally open society, men still find it difficult to seek psychological counseling when confronted... Continue reading →

PTSD in Teens: Signs, Symptoms, and Treatment Parents Need to Know

January 24, 2018 Posted in: Announcement

Teen Depression and PTSD

School violence happens time and time again.

In the aftermath of a deadly event like the recent school shooting... Continue reading →

12 Signs You're Coping with a Mood Disorder

January 9, 2018 Posted in: Announcement

Mood Disorders

Mental health treatment has come a long way in the past few... Continue reading →

Deadly Games: The Growing Trend of Teen Suicide

September 12, 2017 Posted in: Announcement

Deadly Games: The Growing Trend of Teen Suicide

According to a... Continue reading →

Geriatric Depression: Common Signs and Treatment Options

June 23, 2017 Posted in: Press Release

Chronic depression is a legitimate mental illness and requires diagnosis and treatment to effectively manage it and reduce symptoms. This is the case for... Continue reading →