Choosing the right mental health provider

April 4, 2019 Posted in: Announcement

This article is reprinted from Harvard Health Blog
Originally published March 23, 2018... Continue reading →

Adjusting to Feelings During Pregnancy and After Childbirth

March 15, 2019 Posted in: Announcement

By Allison Murphy, MFT – Mothers Care

Expecting a baby is a time that brings many feelings... Continue reading →

Dialogue with the Inner Critic

January 28, 2019 Posted in: Press Release

When we hear too many negative messages about ourselves, from too young an age, for too long of a time, we’re vulnerable to internalizing those voices,... Continue reading →

LGBTQ and Mental Health

January 4, 2019 Posted in: Announcement

We all experience emotional ups and downs caused by events in our lives. Mental health conditions, however, go beyond common... Continue reading →

International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day

November 16, 2017 Posted in: Announcement

Suicide AwarenessNovember 18th is International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day

Around the world and in local communities there will... Continue reading →

What is Cyberbullying and How Can We Stop It?

November 13, 2017 Posted in: Announcement


  • Cyberbullying can affects kids on any device, on social media sites, through apps, text messages, and even in games.
  • Online bullies feel empowered by the anonymity or emboldened without the risk of in-person confrontation.
  • 43% of kids report... Continue reading →

Behavioral Health in the United States

November 1, 2013 Posted in: Announcement

29 October 2013 By: Judith L. Teich, MSW, Behavioral Research Scientist
Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality

SAMHSA’s new publication, Behavioral Health, United States, 2012, provides in-depth information about the... Continue reading →

Mental Health Leading Cause of Military Hospital Stays

October 3, 2013 Posted in: Announcement

Gregg Zoroya and Meghan Hoyer, USA TODAY 7:19 p.m. EDT September 25, 2013

Post-traumatic stress... Continue reading →