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Children and Mental Health: Cyberstalking, Harassment and Sexting

Mental Health and Children: Sexting, Cyberstalking and Harassment

If you are a fan of CSI, then you have probably seen the new addition to the CSI family – Patricia Arquette. Arquette plays the head of the cyber crime’s unit on CSI-Cyber. The unit is called in on cyberstalking, identity theft, and even cases involving hacked baby cams! It is very hard to commit […]

September 26, 2016 Quote of the Day

9-26-16 Quote of the Day: Show Me Your Soul

“I think I fall in love a little bit with anyone who shows me their soul. This world is so guarded and fearful. I appreciate rawness so much.” -Emery Allen

Kick off the Fall Stress Free at Life Cycles Counseling

Stress-Busting Sessions

This fall we will be hosting our “Kick Off the Fall Stress Free” Open House on October 20th from 6-7:30pm. This event will feature several ways you can overcome stress in your daily life. These breakout sessions will include yoga, animal assisted therapy and art intervention. Here’s a little bit more information about what each […]

9-19-16 Quote of the Day

9-19-16 Quote of the Day: A War Inside

“If you avoid conflict to keep the peace you start a war inside yourself.” -Truthteller

3 Ways to Beat Back to School Stress

3 Ways to Beat Back to School Stress

By: Bunny Young, MA, QMHP September brings children back to school, signifies the end of summer vacation, and a return to routine and the daily grind for many adults. This time of transition can be stressful for everyone involved. The week following Labor Day reminds people that the seasons are changing, the year is coming […]

September 5, 2016 Quote of the Day

9-5-16 Quote of the Day: What Inspires You?

“I am learning every day to let the space between where I am and where I want to be inspire me and not terrify me”.-Tracy Ellis Ross

GIGABYTES & COUNSELING: using technology to improve treatment

Gigabytes and Counseling – Using Technology to Improve Treatment

The Family Education Program is a free program, which provides support to individuals and families struggling with substance abuse disorders. It is a fellowship of individuals who, through shared experience, are recovering from addiction. Each week they meet on Thursday nights to discuss a variety of topics, with a different speaker each week. Last week, […]

August 2016 Resource Roundup

This August was all about the Olympics. And while it’s great to celebrate the various sports and diversity and coming together to compete, there are some issues underlying the games and the athletes that aren’t as discussed as gold metals. Eating disorders are a serious issue in Olympic athletes. This month we’ve found a few […]


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