1. Childhood trauma and its impact upon the brain

    There is an ever increasing amount of research these days relating to trauma and the impact of it upon the brain and there is no sighting as to the end of it anytime soon. Continuing to be on the fore…Read More

  2. Covid-19 and its impact on the Family

    This pandemic has been a difficult season to navigate for families. Everyone has had to rework their understanding and approach toward work, school, social experiences, and family life. The novel circ…Read More

  3. New Year, New Me?

    The New Year can usher in hope and countless expectations, but also fear of the unknown and disappointment. As we experienced during the last 12 months, things don’t always go as planned. We cannot …Read More

  4. A Letter To Men

    In this month's newsletter, we would like to focus on the mental health needs of men. More specifically, men who may be experiencing depression. Darren Knight-Baughman writes a letter, from the perspe…Read More

  5. Care for Caregivers

    My mother-in-law was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer in October of last year, after going to the doctor for back pain. Her illness caught us all by surprise, but none more than my father-in-law, her hus…Read More

  6. Success In Uncertainty

    By Kathryn Hughey, MS, LPC About a month ago, I saw a tweet going around from someone named @Cred_Just_ible in regards to the dust storm headed towards the Southeastern United States. It said, “Awes…Read More

  7. 13 Reasons Why Finale: Zero Reasons to Watch

    By Erin Owens, MA, LPC, CAMS-II The end of 13 Reasons Why is finally here. After four seasons and plenty of backlash, it is such a relief that the mental health frenzy caused by this show is finally o…Read More

  8. Technology, Media and Adolescents

    Prepare the child for the road, not the road for the child. Folk Wisdom, Origin Unknown Long gone are the days that I remember when the best TV one could get was black and white, and then with the adv…Read More