Articles on Behavior and Mental Health Care

Is Your Teen Always Tired?

May 9, 2022

Sleep deprivation shows up across a variety of diagnostic categories. Approximately 30% of adolescents between 13 and 25 suffer from…

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Are You and Your Children Over-Scheduled?

May 9, 2022

While having my hair cut, my barber talked with me about over-scheduled children. He wondered how parents kept up with…

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Resetting Sleep- Best Practices for a Good Night’s sleep

May 9, 2022

Sleep is fundamental to good mental and physical health. Sleep is the first item on our symptom checklist when you…

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Conversations In Counseling: What’d I Say?

May 9, 2022

“WHAT’D I SAY?” When a former counseling client says, “I’ll never forget what you said. It’s always stuck with me,”…

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Intensive Outpatient Treatment for OCD by Telehealth: Is it as effective as in-person therapy?

March 23, 2022

Research throughout the COVID pandemic suggested OCD symptoms were stable or improved for about two-thirds of individuals, with one-third experiencing…

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Starting Over (And Over)

March 23, 2022

Blog Post from Rev. Dr. Dave Barnhart, Jr.https://davebarnhart.wordpress.com/2021/01/12/spirituality-and-mental-health-starting-over-and-over/ The late leaves hanging on the plum tree, by cogdogblog, from Wikimedia Commons I…

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Improving attention for kids: Shaping attention in virtual school

March 23, 2022

The following program utilizes a response cost strategy conducted between the parent and the child in an unobtrusive manner.  This…

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Find a Patch of Pavement. Ride or Walk.

March 23, 2022

When I see a new client in our clinic, I will always ask about exercise. A core part of mental…

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ADHD and Learning Assessments by Telehealth

March 23, 2022

Are you interested in testing for ADHD or other learning disabilities? Does your child need to seek accommodations for school?…

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