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Fun at home!

You can still have fun, even if you are stuck at home! Activities to do with your kiddos/family at home: Board game/card game night Create an indoor obstacle course Paint/draw/color pictures Read a book Watch a movie together Play with play-doh Have a fashion show Have a talent show Cook/bake a snack together Have a

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Suicide Prevention

Suicide Prevention How to help those around you struggling with suicidal thoughts Get professional help.  Call a crisis line for advice and referrals. Encourage the person to see a mental health professional, help locate a treatment facility, or take them to a doctor’s appointment. Follow-up on treatment. If the doctor prescribes medication, make sure your friend

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Why Therapy?

Why Should I Come to Therapy? Who is Therapy for? Anyone can benefit from therapy, no matter your age, race, ethnicity or gender. Therapy can be beneficial to those struggling with a wide range of disorders, such as; eating disorders, depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. It can also be beneficial to those seeking guidance in

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Self-Care Isn’t Selfish

Learning to take care of yourself can be challenging, especially when there is never enough time in the day. Luzio & Associates is now offering an adult self-care group! The group will be led by our very own Jeanne Miller, LCSW. When? Every Tuesday starting October 22nd, 2019. Time? Group sessions will be held from

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HELLO NEW YEAR!

HELLO NEW YEAR! New habits & tips for a heathier and happier New Year! Eating healthier foods: You can improve your health by keeping a balanced diet. It is recommended to eat foods that contain vitamins and minerals. This includes fruits, vegetables, whole grains, dairy, and a source of protein. Getting daily exercise: You can do activities such

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END THE STIGMA

END THE STIGMA Stigma is a set of negative beliefs society has toward something or someone.     Many people’s mental health problems are made worse by the stigma and discrimination they may experience from society, families, friends, and employers. When we treat someone differently, we may be stigmatizing them based on ideas about mental illness

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