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Beating the Back to School Blues

August is here and that means that back to school time is quickly approaching. The lazy days of summer are winding down and this can be a challenging time of year for children. It can bring about anxiety, causing unexplained moodiness and negative attitudes.

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Recovery is a Journey

Living in recovery is a journey that is not always straight and steady–it has ups, downs and curves. There may be setbacks, but there also can be new discoveries as well along the way. The journey, sometimes difficult and sometimes rewarding, requires daily engagement and action to be successful.   Join Brook Lane therapist Donna Fogle, LCSW-C as she shares information regarding the skills, tools and work needed to achieve a more full and satisfying life while in recovery.  

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Adult Mental Health First Aid

The Adult Mental Health First Aid course is an 8-hour program appropriate for anyone 18 years and older who wants to learn how to help a person who may be experiencing a mental health related crisis or problem. Topics covered include anxiety, depression, psychosis, and addictions.

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A Professional License to Practice: A Prized Possession

This seminar will examine the Code of Ethics and state laws and regulations to empower clinicians to better understand how to protect themselves and their licensure status in the event of a complaint.

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Infidelity and Affairs: Helping Couples Heal Their Broken Hearts

The disclosure of an affair is among the most devastating and painful experiences that couples face. It is also one of the most challenging and complicated problems encountered in therapy.

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Assessment and Intervention Strategies for Prevention of Suicide Among High-Risk Youth

This Zoom seminar will focus on assessment and intervention strategies for the prevention of suicide among youth who have experienced significant mental health challenges and psychosis.