Mental Health

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Stress less this holiday

By Rev. Tim Dunn, MDiv, LCSW, LCADC “Tis the season to be jolly” are lyrics in the traditional Christmas carol

Group therapy provides impactful treatment for all ages

“I work full-time in Manhattan. My younger son is a high-school junior and is in the midst of college visits.

Social-media Anxiety on the Rise

Social media has changed our world. Chances are that Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, and YouTube have become primary go-to sources

Introducing Mental Health Central Access

Mental illness affects not only the individual who is suffering, but his or her loved ones as well. Through our

The Aging Brain… Are you noticing any changes?

Age-related memory loss is common and usually limited to difficulty recalling recently learned information, missing a monthly payment, forgetting what

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) primarily occurs in the fall and winter with symptoms such as fatigue, moodiness, and appetite changes.

You CAN Put the HAPPY in Holidays!

The holidays should be a festive time filled with joy and peace, but sometimes the dizzying array of demands- shopping,

Supporting Persons with Developmental Disabilities through the Holidays

The holiday season is here! Holidays, however, often signal a time of stress for the developmentally disabled. Anticipation and small

Depression In Older Adulthood

There are common misconceptions about depression in older adulthood. Depression in older adults often goes untreated because some people identify 

Christian Health Care Center #MyCHCCStory Series

Caregivers are often faced with the difficult task of finding memory-care services for loved ones. Christian Health Care Center recently