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The Transitions program provides an alternative to hospitalization for adults when outpatient therapy is not sufficient to meet their needs.
Local patients can now make an appointment with Jessica Christenson, L.G.S.W.
Local patients can now make an appointment with Lori Sodeman, L.G.S.W.
Fairmont, New Prague, St. James, Springfield and Waseca now offer 24-hour behavioral health services via telemedicine
Behavioral health services via telemedicine are offered in the emergency department.
Vlcek specializes in anxiety-related disorders, child development, attention deficit, autism spectrum disorders, behavior analysis, use of cognitive behavior and dialectical behavior skills.
Everyone feels anxious now and then. But there are things you can do to minimize those feelings.
Everyone worries sometimes. In fact, some worry and concern is good. But sometimes, that worry becomes anxiety, which can be debilitating.
Anger is a natural emotion. It is neither good nor bad, it is simply an emotion. What we do with our anger can become good or bad, but the emotion is neutral.
With March Madness just around the corner, the topic of sports gambling is worth exploration. There are some simple rules to help manage gambling, as well as warning signs to help you see trouble coming.
Do you always feel tired? Have you lost interest in hobbies that you used to love? Do you sometime think you don’t feel like you anymore? Learn about depression and get some tips to help you feel more like yourself.
A child’s confidence depends on hearing certain messages, and parents are in the best position to send them. Confident children know their own goodness, and that they are worthy of being loved and belonging with their friends and family.
The holiday can be a difficult time for many, especially if you are dealing with unacknowledged grief.
In our increasingly digitalized world, where most of us and even our children own electronic devices with screens, many parents and adults worry about the impact of screen use for themselves and their children.
As college students returned or entered college this fall, the important issue of anxiety and depression is a discussion that parents, college students and professionals who work with students do not want to forget.
Time can be hard to measure. We often measure our lives in the tasks and accomplishments of everyday life — a pace of business, providing us with momentum and a feeling of control. In between the noise of the day, quiet moments remind us of those we love and what we have lost.
What used to be known as a simple, fun activity for kids is now a tool for practicing good mental health. Coloring has recently become the newest craze, especially for adults. Although some are skeptical, many experts are confident in the therapeutic effects that take place when someone sits down with some colored pencils and paper.
Grief is a normal process of adapting that everyone moves through differently. There's no right or wrong way to do it. Know what's normal and when to get help.