This Is When to See a Mental Health Professional About Your Anxiety

by See Original Link • September 27, 2019

Learn about the differences between feeling anxious and having and anxiety disorder.

Telehealth Training Day

by Erin Weinberger • September 23, 2019

  Here at CARE we are dedicated to making sure that our staff members are properly trained. Telehealth allows therapy to be provided to a much larger community of people. Ensuring that our staff members are appropriately trained is important to us. We want to make sure your time spent together with your clinician is… Read More »

Don’t ‘suck it up’ but talk it out: Cops get help for trauma

by Erin Weinberger • September 19, 2019

Police officers have high rates of heart disease and suicide and shorter life expectancy. Some might also suffer from what researchers call ‘compassion fatigue.’ Plymouth police Sgt. Jeff Dorfsman remembers he was eating dinner when a homicide call came through dispatch in the typically quiet western Twin Cities suburb. He and other officers on duty rushed to… Read More »

Smiling Depression: What You Need to Know

by See Original Link • September 17, 2019

Smiling Depression” is a term used for individuals experiencing depression on the inside while appearing completely happy on the outside. Read more about the features of smiling depression and how to recognize common symptoms.

7 Tips for Disciplining a Depressed Child

by See Original Link • September 13, 2019

Children with depression may require a different approach when it comes to discipline. Check out these 7 helpful tips for how to discipline your child if they are depressed.

The Healing Power of Telling Your Trauma Story

by See Original Link • September 9, 2019

Learn about the potential benefits you have to gain by talking about your traumatic experiences.