Dealing with your Child's Behavior

Dealing with your Child's Behavior

As parents we all know how difficult it can be to manage our son or daughter’s misbehavior. Sometimes the misbehavior leads to unproductive arguments or power struggles. This can evolve into even greater relationship struggles in the family. Understanding the dynamics impacting a child’s behavior can help shape a strategy to more effectively shape a child’s behaviors and get better results.  Come to Appleseed on June 20th from 5:30 to 6:30 PM and let one of our counselors help you put together a plan for dealing with your son and daughters challenging behaviors over the summer and the rest of the year.

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Recent Updates

May Reflection

May was National Mental Health Awareness Month, and here at Appleseed, it is a month that is extremely important not only to our agency but to every one of our staff. It is a time that we can use to reach out to our community and offer education on strategies to improve their mental health.

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April Reflection

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The month of April is an important time for everyone here at Appleseed Community Mental Health Center. Each April, staff at Appleseed’s RCDV Safe Haven Program promotes awareness of sexual assault, harassment, and abuse and prevention of this crime through a variety of educational events and presentations.

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A letter from our Executive Director...

Dear Appleseed Family,We understand that our services are critical to the overall health and wellbeing of the clients and community we serve. We want to be clear that our services are available telephonically and, if needed, face-to-face. We are also quickly working on additional options for clients to virtually meet with their psychiatrist, counselor, or case manager to ensure that services with us remain uninterrupted.

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