Five (Not So Obvious) Reasons You Might Need Therapy By Candi Higley There are often misconceptions surrounding therapy and one of the biggest is that therapy can “fix” us. Last I checked, we weren’t machines, we aren’t broken, and we don’t need fixing. But what if there was another way to view therapy, as a…

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by: Collette Dawson-Loveless, LCSW, RPT-S, EMDR Certified, NF Trained   All children experience stress and sadness as a part of normal everyday life. We are wired for learning and growth and healthy children are  typically resilient and adapt quickly. But sometimes we see children get stuck in ways of coping that hurt them or others…

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By: Karen Salisbury, CSW I often hear our wonderful office administrators on the phone explaining therapy modalities to clients and potential clients. I underestimate all of the hats they wear and the knowledge they need to acquire in order to meet the needs of those they come in contact with. Because this is something they do…

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EMDR FAQ’s By: Cindy White, LCSW What is EMDR? EMDR therapy is a form of psychotherapy based on the adaptive information processing (AIP) model, which suggests that our current level of resiliency and health is directly related to how past memories of adverse life events or traumas are stored in our brains. Adequately processed memories…

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By: Odessa M. Stevens, ACMHC, CAAP, CCLS II Since my childhood, pets have been such an integral part of my life. My earliest memory is of my little mouse, Mickey, clinging to dear life on the handle bars of my tricycle as we rode around the neighborhood. I cannot count the number of times that…

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By: Marilee Woolstenhulme, LCSW Addressing some misconceptions about mental health therapy. Before I began my schooling to become a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I was like any body else: I didn’t know much about therapy other than what I’d seen on a TV screen. Take this quiz to separate fact from fiction and learn more…

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The Green House Center for Growth & Learning is excited to announce that our Program Director, Collette Dawson-Loveless has earned the credential of Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor.   This credential signifies that Collette has specialized training in play therapy education, training and experience.   We value the continuing growth and learning of not just our clients,…

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DBT Group is Open  March 12th and 19th our adolescent and transition to adult living groups are open for new enrollees.   The next ten weeks our DBT Groups will be working to improve mindfulness and emotion regulation. These groups are in high demand so contact JaNae at the front office today to sign up.…

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