It has only been a few months since I began working with the Supported Employment program at Appleseed CMHC. The magnitude of the work that has been done through the Supported Employment Program to help individuals seek competitive employment, has made me proud and excited to be a part of this program.
Tuesday, March 7, 2017 from 5:30pm to 6:30pm, Leta Planz, MSW, LISWS, will offer a class at Appleseed Community Mental Health Center on how to use the simple and popular act of coloring to become more mindful.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, better known by its acronym ADHD, is a term used to described a set of characteristics found in children and adults that may hinder them from doing well in school, work, or in other environments .
The stereo type of a homeless person is probably something like this: poor, unemployed, low motivation, lacking social skills, an overall underachiever. At Appleseed Community Mental Health Center we know the stereo type is a myth.
Parents and caregivers are often desperate for an immediate solution to a childs mental health crisis. Failure at school, dangerous behavior, depression, these are problems a child or teen can have that may benefit from medication.
People from all walks of life occasionally experience anxiety and chronic worry, but when worrying and being anxious starts to overtake your life, it’s time to get in the driver’s seat and make a change.
Finding out that your child has Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) brings mixed feelings. On the one hand, parents are often relieved to get a diagnosis that provides answers for their child’s behavior, but on the other hand, the realization that their child has any kind of disorder can bring on feelings of despair and grief.
Suicide deaths are on the rise. Being nonjudgmental of another person is critical to building an emotional bond, paving the way for openness and self-disclosure, bringing them closer to feeling validated and not so alone.