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  • Personality Disorder Questions

    Do You Have a Personality Disorder? Learning to Say “I’m OK and others can be trusted.” By George Bagovich, LCSW Have you tried multiple psychiatric medications with little benefit or only short term benefit? Are you currently taking more than 2 psychiatric medications? Do you …

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  • Summer to School Transition

    From Summer to School: Transitioning Back in to the School Year By Jamie Cocuzzi, M.Ed, LPC Summer to School Transition: Making the change from carefree summer days to the structured weeks of the school year can be difficult for both children and parents. With the …

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  • Vitamin K2 and Your Bone Health

    Meet Vitamin K2: Maximize Your Bone’s Health By Jessica Marshall, RD Vitamin K2 is turning out to be the next royal darling in the kingly family for bone health. If Calcium was deemed the queen and Vitamin D was later found to be her king, …

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  • ADHD Summer

    ADHD Summer Strategy: Things to Consider By David A. Morris, LCSW As the parent of a child with ADHD or as a teenager coping with it, you have worked so hard this year sticking with your medication for ADHD. You even stuck by the behavior plan …

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  • Accepting New Patients at New Directions Counseling

    Welcome Home! And Welcome to New Directions Counseling Services, LLC Dr. Kim Clinebell’s journey back to Wexford, PA In effort to provide the communities north of Pittsburgh, PA with the most comprehensive counseling services, New Directions Counseling Services, LLC is pleased to announce the addition …

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  • ADHD 101: The Basics and Beyond

    ADHD 101: The Basics of ADHD and Beyond By David A. Morris, LCSW You’ll often see this definition provided by researchers and doctors for ADHD – “Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is a neurobehavioral disorder characterized by a combination of inattentiveness, distractibility, hyperactivity, and impulsivity.” What does that …

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  • Relationships

    Deposit into Relationships and the Emotional Bank Account Relationship’s little moments add up to a big moment By David A. Morris, LCSW Start depositing positive things into your relationships and your partner’s emotional bank account. It’s the difference between “[shrug] I don’t know” and “I’ll …

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  • Micronutrients

    Everything’s Fine, But You Still Don’t Feel Right? The role of micronutrients in our bodies. By Jessica Marshall, RD “All the tests are normal. The labs seem fine. And you still don’t feel okay?” quizzed the doctor. In our current world, the situation you just …

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  • Breaking Family and Relationship Patterns

    Breaking Family and Relationship Patterns How taking responsibility plays a role. David A. Morris, LCSW Taking responsibility has become an afterthought in our society. The whimsical phrase “get forgiveness instead of permission” has become more of a societal philosophy. The relationships and family attachments we have …

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  • Emotional Eating Group

    Overcoming the Shame of Emotional Eating Join our New Emotional Eating Support Group by Tory Butterworth, PhD Do you often feel alone when coping with your emotional eating? Are you feeling sick and tired of doing this on your own? Doesn’t a supportive, understanding group …

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