The Kids Are All Right: How to Recognize Child Abuse

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By: Julia Mason, LMSW Like we talked about last October, the Satanic Panic in the 1980s wasn’t just horrific because of the innocent caretakers sent to prison or the undue stress put upon children pressured into making false accusations. It … Continued

We’re Unwell: The Mental Wellness Industry and Toxic Positivity

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By: Brian Warner In a 1979 episode of 60 Minutes, Dan Rather hosted a segment on a strange new source of interest in the healthcare field: It may’ve been new to Dan, but mental wellness, a word you’re now much … Continued

Seasons Grievings: Living With Grief in the Holiday Season

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By: Aubrey Brown, LMSW Aubrey Brown, LMSW, primarily works with clients ages 9 – 18 on issues like depression, anxiety, ADHD, interpersonal relationships, and grief. All of those can be tricky things to live with at any time of the … Continued

Saying the S-Word: Talking About Suicide In A Safe, Responsible Way

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If you are thinking about harming yourself or attempting suicide, tell someone who can help right away. Call 911 for emergency services, go to the nearest hospital emergency room, or call or text 988 to connect with the 988 Suicide … Continued

Managing Change: Helping Teens Navigate Change This School Year

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By: Aubrey Brown, LMSW It’s no secret that being a teenager today comes with many challenges and changes. Change is a constant thing that can be scary; it means we’re entering a new experience or stage of life, sometimes without … Continued

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