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Family Care Center provides behavioral health services to children, adolescents and adults.

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Family Care Center provides behavioral health services to children, adolescents and adults.


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Outdoor time for kids is an essential part of their development. Unfortunately, the average amount of unstructured outdoor playtime for most children has been four to seven minutes per day, pre-pandemic. Coronavirus lockdowns have made matters worse, forcing even the most active kids to stay indoors.

As a parent,...

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2020 was a year of release and gratitude. Releasing control and releasing what no longer served our purpose, but most importantly, being grateful for what we already have. It also shed a light on mental health. Depression and Anxiety were at their all-time high, and many were finally seeking the help they needed. You don't need to be at your lowest to get help, it's ok to speak up. Let's all talk about mental health and encourage everyone to...


Pandemics can be indiscriminate, with viruses making no distinctions among the victims they attack and those they spare. If you’re human, you’ll do. COVID-19 has been different, particularly when it comes to age. The disease has shown a special animus for older people, with those 65-plus considered at especially high risk for hospitalization and death, and those 18 and below catching a semblance of an epidemiological break. Though a small...


Have you ever heard someone talk about journaling and wondered how that works? We talked to a few of the therapists here at the Family Care Center and this is what we learned.

Journaling is very helpful for cognitive anxiety as well as existential stress. We think much faster than we write, so writing helps to slow our thinking, follow trains of thought to their rational conclusions, and the general catharsis of seeing an irrational...


In the book, Man’s Search for Meaning, Viktor Frankl recounts his experiences in 4 concentration camps, including Auschwitz, from 1942 to 1945. Frankl experienced every form of suffering and loss one can endure and witnessed this suffering everyday amongst his peers. He noted distinctions in those who survived with integrity and those whose lost hope and ‘ran to the fences.’ He hypothesized and later conceptualized, the main distinction...