Summer Survival Tips for Parents

Summer Survival Tips for Parents

Summer Survival Tips for Parents

Let’s be honest. Being a parent is a full-time job no matter the season, but we’d all like to recapture some of the carefree feelings and relaxation of summertime. Our clinicians whole-heartedly agree. In fact, they encourage you to find…

Expanding Treatment Access with Telehealth Services

Expanding Treatment Access with Telehealth Services

Amy VanDenToorn, LMSW, manager of the Campus Clinic, has been using Telehealth Services with her existing patients. VanDenToorn saw the need for an alternative for a handful of her patients who were struggling with attending their appointments. They faced challenges…

Change: Exciting … and Messy!

Change: Exciting … and Messy!
When you're in the middle of a home remodeling project, the simple act of trying to walk through your house can be like navigating an obstacle course. There is drywall dust, paint fumes and tools scattered everywhere! The process of...

Family Dinners for the Rest of Us: Making Mealtimes Meaningful

Family Dinners for the Rest of Us: Making Mealtimes Meaningful
In a 24/7 world, connecting as a family is something we all know we should do but can’t seem to find the time to do. Between parents’ work schedules, sports, dance and homework, many of us live more like roommates...

Parent Tips: Connecting with Your Partner this Summer

Parent Tips: Connecting with Your Partner this Summer
Summer means the kids are out of school and likely spending more time at home with you. For many parents, the new routine makes us happy in some ways and not-so-happy in other ways, because let’s face it – while...

Postpartum Depression: Not Just a Woman’s Illness

Postpartum Depression: Not Just a Woman’s Illness

While you’ve likely heard of Postpartum Depression (PPD), you may not realize the size and scope of the problem. PPD (also known as PMAD, short for Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorder) impacts 15% of pregnant women and new mothers, making…

Is Your Child Ready to Be Home Alone?

Is Your Child Ready to Be Home Alone?

Is your child ready to be home alone? The answer often depends on a number of factors. However, if he or she is becoming more responsible and asking for more independence, that’s a good sign that they’re ready to start…