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When you suspect a child is in danger, there’s no time to waste. In 2019, the most recent year data was available, an estimated 1,840 children nationally died from abuse or neglect — an average of 5 per day. While child abuse reports decreased in 2020, many believe it stems from people who normally report […]
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For Vera Kurdian, CEO at Advanced Behavioral Health Inc. (ABH), innovation, authenticity, integrity, excellence, and inclusion are the essential qualities for any leader. “As a 16-year old Armenian Lebanese immigrant, she has seen war, devastation, and chaos.” Still, being a strong-willed woman and wanting to make a difference in peoples’ lives, she chose social work […]
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5 Tips for Finding a Psychologist Near You What to Look for In a Psychologist in Maryland If you, your child, or your family struggles with emotional, mental, or behavioral difficulties, you may be looking for a psychologist near you who can help. With so many different types of therapies and counseling available, it may […]
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4 Easy Steps for Reaching Your Mental Health Goals Getting ready to start therapy counseling for you or your child? Here are some ways you can prepare for therapy counseling and mental therapy before your first session. 1. Determine your therapy counseling goals. Before your first mental therapy session, think of what you want to […]
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Finding Mental Health Therapists Near You The first step toward making a positive change in your life is acknowledgment.  Recognizing that there is a problem and making the commitment to address that issue shows true inner strength. And as with any strength training, you need the right coach- in this situation, a specialized mental health […]
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The Signs You Need a Child Counselor When helping your child through anxiety and depression, don’t be afraid to reach out for assistance and support- for your child, your family and yourself. Anxiety and depression are treatable in children and adults, but 80 percent of kids with a diagnosable anxiety disorder and 60 percent of […]
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