March 27, 2020

Remember knowledge is power

Understanding factors that affect how this virus impacts the body and its immune system, is vital to understanding how to protect yourself and your family.

Don’t accept everything you read or hear. Look beyond Facebook and the local news. Arm...

February 13, 2020

Helping the Helpers

During my commute home from work I heard a NPR story on the experiences of the Princeton Rescue Squad in the face of the opiate epidemic in West Virginia.  EMS day at the WV state capital was on February 6th and this made me reflect on the exposure t...

January 20, 2020

A Value-based Approach to your New Year

I have a friend that recently shared with me that he enjoys closing out his year by being introspective for a period of time right before the ball drops. He stated that he likes to looks over every aspect of his life, success and...

It’s the second week of January, and if you’ve already broken those New Year’s resolutions, you’re not alone. Research shows that only eight percent of people successfully keep them. Instead of beating yourself up and putting added pressure on yourself at a time when m...

December 16, 2019

The holiday season brings both a time of celebration of the present and a time of remembrance of past holidays. Managing these mixed emotions is necessary to navigate successfully through the season.  Here are some suggestions for managing your feelings if you are grie...

December 3, 2019

Staying sane during the holiday season!

The holiday season can trigger warm memories, provide a season of fun activities allow for fellowship with our families and friends, and give us an opportunity to reach out to others in kindness. While this is a season intended fo...

September 24, 2019

  Recovery means something different for each of us. No matter who we are or where we are in our lives it can be reasonably safe to assume that we will all at some point find ourselves in a time or recovery. I enjoy the use of metaphors with my clients to assist them i...

September 19, 2019

The Gift of Giving

In mental health, we encourage our patients to seek out family and friends so they have support during the tough times and people to celebrate with in the good times.  Having people to help you is especially important when you encounter chronic health...

May 30, 2019

As Mental Health Awareness Month comes to an end this week it is important that folks
recognize that our overall psychological well-being is important throughout the year.
The way you feel about yourself, the quality of your relationships, and your ability to
manage yo...

Therapy teaches the connection between thoughts, feelings, and actions. It helps clients to identify and change unhelpful thought patterns (negative self-talk). Clients learn to use coping skills to better manage their emotions, improve problem solving, and more effec...

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