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The Road to Healing—During and After Divorce

The Road to Healing
  by Tami Sollo LCSW, Coordinator of the Divorce Specialty Center   I encounter many couples experiencing the early phases of divorce. Marked by the tearing down of comfortable routines,...

Raising Mental Health Awareness

Raising Mental Health Awareness
    Fifteen year-old Anna lounged on the sofa in Robin Stein’s office, sinking into the cushions with her legs folded beneath her. Though her features remained stoic, the cell phone she...

Our Stories Have Power

Jewish Center for Addicition
  by Beth Fishman, PhD and Nina J. Henry, LCPC, CADC   Many individuals in addiction recovery struggle with an important question:  Should they tell people that they are in recovery?...

A Camper's Heartfelt Experience

Miles Allan Camp Firefly Camper
  by Miles Allan, Firefly Camper   I attended Camp Firefly every summer since 2010.  After six years of going to camp, it's safe to say that it was the best experience of my life. I...

What Can Parents Do to Make “The Social Network” a Safer Place for their Children?

Social Networking Parent
Photo courtesy Flickr.com   by Alexander Friedman, M. A., Psychological Services Therapy Extern   The Social Networking Parent   Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube,...