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Be Prepared: Suicide Awareness and Prevention Resources

September 19, 2018 Posted in: Announcement

Suicide Awareness and Prevention

The recent rash of celebrity suicides has been the catalyst for many conversations about suicide awareness and suicide prevention. However, some of these... Continue reading →

The Origin and Causes of the Opioid Epidemic

August 14, 2018 Posted in: Announcement

Opioid Epidemic in the United States

Deaths caused by drug overdose have been continually increasing over the past several decades, roughly two-thirds of these due to opioid use.... Continue reading →

Mindfulness for Teens: The Benefits of Meditation in a Busy World

April 16, 2018 Posted in: Announcement

The Importance of Mindfulness for Teens

Many adults may not see it this way, but teens have very stressful lives.

Parents and other adults often don'... Continue reading →

PTSD in Children: Know the Signs, Symptoms, and How to Get Help

February 23, 2018 Posted in: Announcement

PTSD in Children

When a traumatic event happens like the recent Parkland shooting, communities often come together and jump into action.... Continue reading →

Normal Teenage Behavior or Mental Health Issue? Know When to Seek Help

February 2, 2018 Posted in: Announcement, georgetown

Teens are halfway between children... Continue reading →

What You Need to Know About Mental Health First Aid

January 3, 2018 Posted in: Announcement

Mental Health

The way people address crisis situations is transforming. This is good news for... Continue reading →

The Impact of Sleep on Teen Mental Health

December 1, 2017 Posted in: Announcement

It's a well-established scientific fact that the body desperately needs sleep to facilitate growth and healing, and getting the correct amount of... Continue reading →

National Bullying Prevention Month: Ways You Can Get Involved

October 25, 2017 Posted in: Press Release

Nearly everyone in the world has had to deal with a situation involving a bully even if they haven’t been personally targeted. Bullies aren’t... Continue reading →

Listening to Disturbing Voices: Experiential Training Event with Pat Deegan on 10/26

October 24, 2016 Posted in: Announcement

Listening to Disturbing Voices

On October 26, 2016, Georgetown Behavioral Healthcare Institute will host an experiential training event... Continue reading →

Benefits of Expressive Art Therapy for Children

August 2, 2016 Posted in: Announcement

Expressive Art Benefits

The arts are a powerful thing. Whether acting in a play, singing a song, performing a dance, drawing a picture or... Continue reading →

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