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Youth Mental Health First Aid

This 8-hour program is designed to teach adults how to help an adolescent (age 12-18) who is experiencing a mental health or addictions related challenge or crisis.



Brook Lane will begin offering Deep TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) this summer. This non-invasive, well-tolerated outpatient therapy is clinically proven to alleviate symptoms of depression with minimal side effects commonly associated with antidepressant medication. Each session typically takes 20 minutes and involves gentle electromagnetic-pulses targeted to key areas in the brain involved in mood regulation. You are comfortably seated in a chair, awake and-alert during the treatment...


How to Navigate Negative Thinking

Join Brook Lane therapist, Rena Arnold, LCSW-C, as she shares helpful strategies to change negative thoughts or make them have less of an effect on your day to day functioning.


Overview of EMDR Therapy

This workshop will provide an overview of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy and treatment protocols. Discussion will include how EMDR therapy works, EMDR best practices, how to identify client readiness for EMDR treatment, what clients can expect, and when to refer a client for EMDR treatment.


Recognizing Bullying: How to Talk with Your Child

Bullying is a pattern of behavior, rather than an isolated incident. Having a conversation with your child about bullying is not easy yet it is necessary.


The Connection Between Attachment and Substance Use Disorders

In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, Brook Lane presents the informative seminar presented by John Houton. The seminar will discuss attachment theory and how unhealthy attachment can influence substance use.


Bridge to Hope Affair

Join us for the inaugural Bridge to Hope Affair, Saturday, April 30, 2022, 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts


32nd Annual Child Welfare Workshop

The 2022 Child Welfare Workshop will offer 13 different topics, specifically chosen and designed to provide current, practical and meaningful information to help individuals better serve “Our Children in Our Community.” Those who attend the full workshop will be eligible to receive a certificate of completio


Helping Our Teens Navigate the Evolving Changes of the Pandemic

This Facebook Live presentation is for teens, parents and adults who may work with teenagers. As the pandemic lingers and constantly changes, so does the stress of coping with its challenges. The pandemic has been disruptive to so many people and students are no exception - from virtual learning to being back in classrooms.


Creative Ways to Incorporate Music in the Therapeutic Process

As humans, we use music in our everyday lives – to motivate us while we exercise, calm our nerves, express our feelings, and connect with others. This is because music affects us neurologically, physiologically, and psychosocially.