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Behavioral health treatment covers many conditions. We are passionate about caring for people who may be experiencing a behavioral health challenge.

Our physicians, nurses and therapists care for patients and their families through medical treatment and support services.

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How to support a loved one struggling with mental illness

How to Support a Loved One Struggling With Mental Illness

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Can organizing impact your mental health
Chances are good that the clutter and chaos in your home are impacting your mental health. But what can you do about it?

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Anxiety is a mental health condition and prevalent as 40 million in the U.S. have some form of anxiety. Yet the symptoms are not reserved to just psychological.

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It doesn’t matter if your child is six or sixteen, when they’re struggling, they need help. Unless you know what to look for and what to expect, you won’t be able to help your child get the help they need.

By Tammer Attallah, MBA, LCSW

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How to Choose the Best Mental Health Therapist For You
When you need a therapist, you want someone you can trust, and someone who’s wise and experienced, who can give you ideas and resources that are proven to be effective.

By DoniLee Young, CMHC

Jul 10, 2018

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Mental Health Child
Choosing a therapist can be difficult. Often, you’re unsure where to start and what to expect. Here are some ideas to help you get started.

By Heather Shotwell, LCSW

May 12, 2020

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Two years ago, John died by suicide. I got the call at the gym. John’s body had been found and I felt all the feelings at once. It didn’t seem real and I fell apart in a way I didn’t understand. I always pictured myself as capable and able to rise to any challenge, but death didn’t care about my self-perception.

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Thinking hiker
The mental health needs of men are very similar to those of women, but working with men often requires a very different approach, according to Dr. Ken Weigand, a clinical psychologist at the Budge Clinic in Logan.

By Lance Frazier

Jun 15, 2016

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Benefits of Counseling for Struggling Addicts
Research has shown addiction is a brain disease that can be treated, and counseling is one of the key ways an addict can get help.

By Katy Halverson

Jan 24, 2018

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5 Things You Can Do To Fight Depression
The road to recovery can be long and challenging, but you don’t have live with depression. Small steps are key to making big changes. 

By Katy Halverson

Mar 20, 2017

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There are many health-related issues that occur through aging. The body and mind begin to break down and slow down. You may feel physical changes in your bones, muscles, and heart while changes in your brain’s function, such as memory loss and motor skills, might be more subtle.

By Brad Gillman

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Mental health integration
The mind is just as crucial as any part of the body when it comes to health and wellbeing. That’s the idea behind Mental Health Integration (MHI) – a system that includes mental healthcare as part of your clinical visit.

By Michael Britton

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Maintaining Your Mental Health After Baby

By Cami Hill

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As American baby boomers get older, their need for mental health services is booming. One in five American seniors has a mental health or substance abuse problem, according to a 2012 report by the Institute of Medicine -- and that number will only grow as baby boomers get older.

By Stephanie Jackson

Jul 30, 2015

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The standard medical treatment for depression includes antidepressant medications, such as Lexapro or Zoloft.  These medications can be helpful if you’re struggling with depression. However, antidepressants do not always resolve depressive symptoms and can also have unwanted side effects. 

By Bryan Bushman, PhD

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