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If you’re feeling stressed and don’t have anyone to rely on, we can help, we want to help.  As experts in human behavior, psychologists can help you develop strategies to manage stress and improve your social skills.   There are many benefits to social support, and many ways to grow your support network.  Seeking a professionals advice and guidance is just one way to manage stress.  Stress is a normal and unavoidable part of life.   Here is a great arti... Read More
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The theory of neurofeedback is based on a simple concept – When you have information on what your brainwaves are doing, your brain can use that information to change how it works. The Dale and Hancock Center’s Neurofeedback, also known as EEG Biofeedback, is guided exercise for the brain. It is actually a learning modality designed to retrain dysregulated brainwave patterns. The goal of all neurofeedback is to transform an unhealthy, dysregulated brainwave pattern into a normal, h... Read More
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Utahna Hancock, who is a certified art therapist, and works with others to help control their anger management, also specializes in offering therapy for children, families, couples, and EDMR.   Last month Utahna attended the 2016 DBT Conference.  This 2-day conference focused on:  Day 1 - Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Basics and Beyond; and Day 2 - Advanced Dialectical Behavior Therapy.  DBT is an empirically validated approach for working with mental health, chemical d... Read More
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The Silent Cry
People who kill themselves exhibit one or more warning signs, either through what they say or what they do. The more warning signs, the greater the risk.   If a person talks about: Killing themselves. Having no reason to live. Being a burden to others. Feeling trapped. Unbearable pain.   Behavior A person's suicide risk is greater if a behavior is new or has increased, especially if it's related to a painful event, loss, or change. ... Read More
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