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Making a Difference for Young People in Northern California

As 2020 draws to a close, teens and young adults are experiencing historically high levels of trauma, anxiety, and depression. As a result, awareness of mental health challenges and treatment options is increasing dramatically—inspiring more individuals to pursue careers in the behavioral healthcare industry. “We are all going through trauma right now, and we all…

5 Signs That You Belong in the Mental Healthcare Field

Are you facing a transition? As the economic downturn catalyzed by COVID-19 progresses, many who have found themselves unexpectedly unemployed are considering a career change. While the loss of a job is never welcome, one silver lining can be the opportunity to explore a field that offers the potential for greater satisfaction and fulfillment in…

What’s the Difference Between Integrated and Integrative Care?

The words “integrated” and “integrative” are often used interchangeably, but in the context of mental health, they have very specific and very different meanings. Integrated care refers to collaboration between medical and behavioral healthcare providers, while integrative care blends clinical modalities with complementary approaches such as yoga, meditation, and nutrition therapy. Separately and together, these…

Relational Trauma: What It Is, and How It Affects Us

Watch as Heather Monroe, LCSW, Director of Program Development, and Kristin Wilson, MA, LPC, Vice President of Clinical Outreach join with behavioral health leaders from across the country in our behavioral health expert webinar series to discuss relational trauma. This interactive webinar is designed for clinical professionals, Psychologists, Therapists, Counselors, and Social Workers working with…