Archives for September 2012

Mental Illness Awareness Pt. 1 – Anxiety

September 28, 2012 – Did you know that about 1 in 4 American adults is diagnosable with a mental disorder? Do you know the signs of the most common mental disorders? Do you know when and where to go for help? In 1990, the US Congress established the first full week of October as Mental […]

Treating Depression in Youth

September 21, 2012 – Depression in kids is more common than you might think. When should you get professional help for your depressed child? Should children ever be medicated? What about family therapy and school-based groups? Psychologist and child and family expert, Jacqueline West will discuss different treatment options for children, teens, and families. Click […]

Youth Depression

September 14, 2012 – The teenage years are filled with angst, breakups, disappointments, and loss. But is depression in teens something we should just assume is inevitable and therefore just accept? How common is depression in children and teens and what are some of the signs? As parents, what do we need to know and […]

Overcome Procrastination and Do Something Different…For a Change (Webinar)

September 7, 2012 – Most people say they want something different, but they often fail to do something different. Procrastination is the great thief of productivity and the enemy of change and it entices us to put off doing the very things that would move us toward the change we desire. In this interactive webinar, […]

Stepping Out on Faith

September 7, 2012 – Have you ever felt like your life was being turned upside down? What if it were really being turned right side up? Have you ever taken a leap of faith that felt like a plunge off a cliff? What does it take to step out on faith and follow God? My […]