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Please note concerning the COVID-19, clinical anxiety is a concern at times like this.  It is understandable and expected that people will experience worry and stress during this time.  Anxiety is a treatable condition, left untreated severe anxiety can bring on panic attacks.  Create a wellness plan during this uncertain time.  Make sure you have enough medication on hand,  Keep routines that make you feel good,  Reach out to friends, 

 If you have a therapist, reach out for a telehealth session.​

If you or someone you know is in a crisis please call 911, go to the nearest emergency room. Or Call 1-800-273-TALK(8255) 


Depression is a prolonged or deep emotional sensation of sadness, being "blue" or "down." Depressive feelings such as discouragement or sadness are perfectly normal if they do not become too severe or last too long. Depression becomes a clinical problem if a person’s mood becomes too depressed or if the episode lasts more than two weeks.  If there is any question about the severity of a person’s depression, he/she should have an immediate evaluation by a mental health professional or a physician in order to rule out suicidal intent. 


Anxiety is a feeling of tension associated with a sense of threat of danger when the source of 

the danger is not known. In contrast, fear is a feeling of tension that is associated with a known source of danger.  It is normal for us to have some mild anxiety present in our daily lives.  Anxiety warns us and enables us to get ready for the ‘fight or flight’ response. However, heightened anxiety is emotionally painful.  It disrupts a person's daily functioning.

Anger Management

Anger is a perfectly normal, healthy emotion.  Everybody has triggers, and what bothers one person might not bother the next person.  Anger only becomes a problem when it gets out of control.  If you have a problem controlling anger, steps must be taken to deal with it in a more positive way.  If ignored, high levels of anger may lead to relationship issues.  For this reason, it's important to learn anger control techniques if you have a quick temper.


Grief is a normal and natural, though often deeply painful, response to loss.  The death of a loved one is the most common way we think of loss, but many other significant changes in one's life can involve loss and therefore grief. Everyone experiences loss and grief at some time.  The more significant the loss, the more intense the grief is likely to be.

Substance Abuse/Addictions

Often the abuse of substances involves addiction, which is defined as a persistent and intense involvement with and stress upon a single behavior pattern. This is exhibited with a minimization or even exclusion of other behaviors.  A primary characteristic of addiction is occupation with one object that controls behaviors, thus limiting their actions over time.  Addictive behaviors such as, gambling, work, sex, food, money, internet, and co-dependency may be addressed in therapy.

Marital /Relationship Issues

Effective communication is the key component to any relationship.  Learning how to communicate feelings, resolve conflict, and share with each other can be challenging in relationships of all kinds. Learning how to become a better listener and practicing effective communication skills makes it possible to create a relationship that is healthier, more resilient, and emotionally fulfilling.  
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