Posts on ‘anxiety’

Success with E-Therapy

Tuesday, September 29th, 2020

Since the pandemic began, Pennock Center has been using an e-therapy model exclusively. We are happy to report that this transition has been successful. We have been able to maintain our quality, low cost client services without any interruption. We have seen a steady increase of individuals and families seeking services for a variety of […]

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Coping With Threatening News

Friday, April 10th, 2020

Written by:  Laura Gutierrez Hearing news that there is a new virus that is highly contagious and spreading globally can be quite alarming. It is the sort of thing that will activate our fight or flight mechanism built-in in our body. The fight or flight mechanism is there to protect us and ensure our survival. […]

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Community Support Access Line

Thursday, March 26th, 2020

We are here for you. We know that these times are proving difficult for our communities collectively and as individuals and families. It is taking a toll on our peace of mind and our mental health. If you are finding yourself needing a little bit of extra support, we can help. We have decided to […]

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Mental Illness Awareness Week: October 6 – October 12, 2019

Monday, September 30th, 2019

Borrowed from the National Alliance for Mental Illness The National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI) has designed the week of October 6th as Mental Illness Awareness Week. So what is mental illness? It is a condition that can affect someone’s thinking, behavior or mood. It may also affect the ability to relate well to others, […]

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Easing the transition of a move

Wednesday, July 18th, 2018

Easing the transition of a Move   “Home is wherever you are… together.” -Alma Powell Moving can be quite stressful as it triggers the bittersweet memories within us of letting go and moving on. The mixed emotions in saying goodbye and starting fresh and new. Children may be hit hard as they adjust to changing […]

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