Mental Health Awareness Month seeks to reduce stigma

May is Mental Health Awareness month, established in an effort to help reduce the stigma that is so often still attached to the idea of having a mental illness or emotional problem. Too many people avoid getting help because they don’t want to be seen as “weak” or because they don’t want to talk about … More Mental Health Awareness Month seeks to reduce stigma

One therapist’s personal response to the Connecticut tragedy

Nate Prentice, LCSW, CAS-PC is a therapist at Psych Choices who recently completed a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Pastoral Counseling. We invite you to read his own recent blog posting where he muses about the recent tragedy in Connecticut.  Nate discusses what we can do, and how we can talk to our children about … More One therapist’s personal response to the Connecticut tragedy