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Grief is a natural response to loss. We all grieve in different ways. Normal Grief is a natural, intense, and may lessen in a matter of weeks or months allowing you to return to your daily routine. Normal Grief can interfere with depression and emotional or mental concerns you may already be dealing with. A mental health professional can support you in your grief, help to manage your depression, and improve your mental health.
The coronavirus pandemic may be the cause for a rise in child abuse and domestic violence. Stressors that add up may cause a someone to strike out at those they love most. This is called situation specific abuse-the kind we hope we are all immune to.
The Fountain Hill Center works with anyone, regardless of race, religion, or gender, with respect and kindness. The collective of independent therapists continues to consciously be part of the solution and uphold equity and justice in the communities we serve.
My heart goes out to immigrant population wherever you are. There are so many things you all deal with in this country. In the process of acculturation and inculturation, you all have great struggles.
Katie Hauge explores what it means to be an Intern at The Fountain Hill Center. She shares her journey from being a student to a professional.
The Fountain Hill Center works in coordination with CTF for several programs to help children and families. The newsletter includes resources and information for anyone who needs help. The month of April is designated as Child Abuse Prevention Month.
We’ve all heard it-“They don’t love me,” “They don’t care about me.” Sound familiar? Love and support look different for every person and every relationship. The “5 Love Languages” by Gary Chapman can help with communication for children, teens, parents, singles and couples.
Brainspotting has been demonstrated to be effective in treating anxiety, depression, phobias, PTSD, childhood trauma, attachment style, stress, performance issues, and disassociate disorders.