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Loneliness In a Time Of Social Distancing

Loneliness In a Time Of Social Distancing By: Sharon Burris-Brown, LICSW, NBC-HWC Did you know that feeling chronically lonely is just as bad for your health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day or having a substance use disorder? On one hand, we are all closer than we have...

Teletherapy

Teletherapy By: Sharon Burris-Brown, LICSW, NBC-HWC Teletherapy Recently, President Trump has expanded Telehealth coverage for Medicare recipients during the COVID-19 crisis.  More and more therapists are either choosing to do teletherapy or are being mandated by...

COVID-19 Updates

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) updated Mar 23, 2020 In response to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak, we want to ensure you have access to the best available information to protect yourself and your loved ones as we learn more about the disease....

Childhood Trauma Part 1 – 101 on Trauma

Childhood Trauma Part 1 – 101 on Trauma By: Sharon Burris-Brown, LICSW, NBC-HWC   Childhood Trauma Part 1 – 101 on Trauma When Mariah Rooney, LICSW, RYT worked as a Fellow at the Trauma Center at JRI in Boston, she saw families and children who had...

Four Tips to Help You Fit Therapy Into Your Schedule

Four Tips to Help You Fit Therapy Into Your Schedule By: Adam Grafa According to the National Association of Mental Illness, 20% of adults in the US experience some type of mental illness. Still, over half (approximately 57%) don’t seek treatment. Why is that? For...

Narrative Therapy: A Constellation of Unstoried Moments

Narrative Therapy: A Constellation of Unstoried Moments An interview with Amy DiGennaro, MFA, MA, LMFT, ATR reported by Adam Grafa Narrative Therapy is an exciting and empowering therapeutic modality that takes a unique approach to helping people work through hard...

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