SUPERMOM-Helpful tips for moms with kids having special needs and disabilities
By: Lezlie Brezin Sleepless nights, changing diapers, late-night feedings, and mounds of laundry are only a handful of the challenges in the world of a mommy. I remember sweating with panic ...Read More →
Senior in High school to starting College…
Written by: William Barney College-bound high school seniors may have unique mental health considerations. Adjusting to a new routine in an unfamiliar setting may be challenging and nerve-wracking. However, ...Read More →
Strategies for teens to avoid Family Conflict during the Holidays
By: William Barney Let's be honest; as a teenager, the holidays mean jumping on the PS5 or Xbox and playing Call of Duty or maybe even some God of War ...Read More →
Why do things alone when you can do them with others? The benefits of group therapy.
By: William Barney There are a variety of psychotherapy approaches to approaching mental health, and one of those options is Group therapy which is a great way to cope with ...Read More →
Vaping Dangers- What you need to know as a parent to help your teen.
By: William Barney As we swing back into the school year since summer vacation, new fears and anxieties come from both teens and parents. For the teens, it's the new ...Read More →
Making the most out of your freshman year in college
By: Sarah Rohan, LMHC Entering college is an exciting time to experience new things, meet new people and expand your knowledge. Most students need a little time to adjust to ...Read More →
Shining the light into on the darkness of Teenage depression
By: William Barney You are not alone if you or someone you know is going through a difficult time. Depression can come in many forms and impact everyday tasks from ...Read More →
5 Activities to Connect and Create Meaningful Memories with your Family this Holiday Season
By: Samantha Brazen The holidays can be so much fun, yet a bit overwhelming. This time of year we spend more time than usual cooking, shopping, traveling, and attending parties ...Read More →
Coping with Back to School Anxiety for Teens
By: Sarah Rohan, LMHC As the new school year approaches, there are many teenagers who are looking forward to going back to school. Even though many students had been attending ...Read More →
Is your child off to College this Fall? 5 Tips to help you prepare for this important transition.
The end of summer is close, and many families are preparing to send their children to college. For some families, this will be the first time; for others, it is ...Read More →