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How Do I Know If My Therapist Is Effective?

March 2, 2018

By Laura Greenstein It can be a challenge to find the “right” therapist for you. You might come across someone who has a degree from an impressive school, writes extensively on psychology and mental illness, gives lectures and talks, and still isn’t an effective therapist. And while it is important for therapists to be educated, more »

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NAMI Statement On The Parkland School Shooting

Feb 16 2018 NAMI is deeply saddened by the tragic school shooting that occurred yesterday in Parkland, Florida.  These tragedies impact our communities–our parents, our children, our school professionals, our first responders—the mental health of our whole country. The details are still unfolding and there are still unanswered questions, but what we do know is that there more »

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Understanding Self-Harm

Feb. 28, 2018 | By Laura Greenstein Self-harm is difficult to understand because it goes against the natural human instinct of self-preservation. Maybe that’s why some people react to it in a negative, judgmental way. They can’t imagine ever being in a state of mind where they would hurt themselves, so they can’t understand why more »

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Police Train to De-escalate When Engaging People with Mental Health Issues

February 19, 2018

Local officials say Cleveland police are making progress in responding to crisis calls involving people with mental health issues. A report released recently by the Cuyahoga County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board – the organization overseeing mental health services in Cuyahoga County — points to 8 hours of crisis training completed by more »

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