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Families needed for Family Therapy.
Our latest group of psychology residents started in Jan 1, 2021, and some of them are still looking for families for family therapy. We are looking for a family in mild to moderate distress, with a family issue that can be resolved in 5-10 sessions.
Contact Mohamed H. if you have a family in mind.
Incredible Years Group needs more families.
Our next group will be starting on Wed, Mar 3, 2021, and we still only have 2 families enrolled -- we would like to have 4-6.
Contact Myriam K. if you have a family that would benefit from the group.
DBT Group -- FULL.
Next DBT group starts Thu, Mar 4, 2021 and is full.
Next group will start in June 2021.
Contact Jason F. with any referrals.
For more information about our groups [link to groups goes here].
Do you have any teens aged 12-16 with social media overuse?
If so, please visit our study webpage here [link to study webpage].
Contact Shu T. with any possible referrals.
Find a Clinician
Have you seen a patient for CHOICE, and are looking for a PARTNERSHIP clinician with a specific skill set?
Here is our searchable directory of clinicians -- for confidentiality, it is recommended to use FIRST NAME + Last Initial, e.g. Michael C.
Are there two Michael C's, e.g. Michael Carter and Michael Cohen? If so, then use Michael Ca. or Michael Co.
[DATABASE GOES HERE]
Our next retreat for May 1, 2021 is rapidly approaching!
We have an expert trainer coming in to improve our capacity to deliver DBT.
We still need volunteers for the Retreat Committee, to help us plan the day along with the social events.
Please contact Ismail R. if you are interested!
Snack on fruit not fries! Fresh fruits and veggies are not only good for a slimmer figure, but also for lowering your risk of depression. Fast food, or high-fat, high-sugar foods like fries, on the other hand, increase your likelihood of becoming depressed.