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Category: Prevention

Seasonal Affect Disorder

Overcoming the Winter Blues

While the start of a new year is often associated with resolutions and excitement, many people find themselves feeling downcast and full of despair during this time. Some folks become

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How to Stay Grounded

Joseph Hunt Wassink, LISW, one of our school based therapists, recently had a column published in The Gazette. That column, “How to Stay Grounded Amid a Pandemic, a Natural Disaster

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10 Ways to Escape a Funk

Many of us are experiencing an extended stay in Funkytown. And it is not, unfortunately, the place of groovin’ energy the disco band Lipps Inc. sung so longingly about in

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Create while you isolate

“I hope kids will remember that they are not alone … and how important it is to bring something beautiful into the world and share it with others.”  School Based

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Join our virtual support groups

Tanager Place is pleased to announce the creation of two new virtual support groups to help the community through these unprecedented times. (Author’s note: A third group for adults was

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Crisis Call Center:
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