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The Mental Health Benefits of Giving Thanks

The month of November is a time when many of us gather with our family and friends to celebrate Thanksgiving. You may not have given this much thought, but being thankful actually has many mental health benefits.

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Meet Brook Lane Therapist Amanda Barnhart

Amanda Barnhart is an adult mental health therapist providing counseling services at Brook Lane’s North Village outpatient location.

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Does My Child Need a Therapist?

All children and teenagers go through an array of emotions, situations, and behaviors. But some children struggle more than others. One in every five children struggle with some kind of mental health concern. So how do you know if a child or teen needs more support? How do you decide to seek a professional for help?

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Substance Use Recovery: How Do You Get There?

September is National Recovery Month, a time to spread awareness of substance use recovery, prevention, and treatment. But what exactly is recovery?

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Health & Fitness with Sandie Lynch

Most of us like to think that we are eating a nutritious diet but don’t typically spend a lot of time researching and combining food groups to assure it. For dietitians, particularly those working in the hospital environment, this is their way of thinking. Sandie Lynch is the clinical registered dietitian/nutritionist for Brook Lane.

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Meet Robin Morris

If you’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting Robin Morris you were likely struck by her infectious smile and out-going personality. Robin is a licensed clinical social worker providing individual mental health counseling for adults, children and adolescents at our North Village location.

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12 Tips for a Successful School Year

August is National Back to School Month! Whether it is back to the classroom or back to the distance learning routine, kids need time to adjust to getting back into a more structured world of learning.

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD, is a form of anxiety that can occur after seeing, experiencing or living through a life-threatening event. This traumatic event may be military combat, assault as an adult or a child, sudden loss of a loved one, being a victim of a motor vehicle accident, or a witness to a catastrophic event.

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Managing Borderline Personality Disorder

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and coincidently, Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) Month. In the mental health care field, borderline personality disorder is something clinicians are exposed to on a fairly regular basis but as a general rule, information about borderline personality is not commonly known.

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