mental illness

Clinical Care Coordinators // Jessica Geiger, MS and Lauren Hopkins, APCC

Jessica Geiger, MS and Lauren Hopkins, APCC, Clinical Care Coordinators of The Mental Health Collective discuss their role in client case management. The two team members stress the importance of being involved in every detail regarding communication to support clients through admission to discharge planning. https://youtu.be/dhjAQYtClSs Trauma Programs Functional Recovery DO YOU HAVE A QUESTION? …

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How Do I Stop Blaming Myself For Mental Health Issues?

It isn’t easy for most people to share that they struggle with mental illness. More often than not, the stigma that surrounds this highly sensitive medical topic induces fears of rejection and humiliation. Unfortunately, this often results in feelings of self-hatred and self-blame as individuals begin to judge themselves as harshly as they think that …

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Signs Your Young Adult Is Being Cyberbullied

Many young adults have access to a wide range of technological devices that keep them connected to friends and family members. Unfortunately, this has also increased the risk of a new kind of harassment called “cyberbullying.” Cyberbullying is when a person uses technology to humiliate, degrade, or threaten someone. While it is unethical and possibly …

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Identifying and Treating Unique Mental Health Challenges of Young Adults in the Era of Social Media

The National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs welcomed The Collective’s Co-Founder + Clinical Director, Dr. Anna McCarthy, to present Identifying and Treating Unique Mental Health Challenges of Young Adults in the Era of Social Media for the Fall NATSAP 2020 virtual conference. Click the image below to hear Dr. McCarthy’s clinically focused presentation.

Anxiety in 2020

Diagnosing Anxiety 2020 has been a challenging year for mental health, filled with unknowns and anxiety-inducing events. From COVID-19 and its inherent health risks to the isolation imposed by quarantine and social distancing, we can all agree that a certain amount of anxiety is appropriate. That said, with the reopening of the country and thus …

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