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Keith Myers Joins the Summit Counseling Center

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The Summit Counseling Center is pleased to announce that Keith Myers has joined their team as a Staff Therapist at the Johns Creek UMC satellite location.  Mr. Myers has worked in the mental health profession for 12 years and enjoys serving a variety of clients, including military (active duty and veterans), those struggling with grief […]

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ADHD Treatment Options in Children

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When your child has been diagnosed with ADHD, taking the next steps to decide how to best approach treating this as a family can be overwhelming. While perhaps there can be some relief in the definitive diagnosis, the amount of information that’s available to you, and the debates surrounding the types of treatment can make […]

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SarahAnn Hunt Joins the Summit Counseling Center

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The Summit Counseling Center is pleased to announce that SarahAnn Hunt has joined their team as a Staff Therapist in the Child and Adolescent Program. SarahAnn is passionate about entering into the lives of children at difficult times, and helping them to successfully gain the skills they need to write their next chapter. Her areas […]

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Helping Someone with Alcoholism

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Having a friend or loved one who struggles with alcohol abuse can be an overwhelming situation. Whether they’re just getting help or have been in recovery for a while, saying and doing the right thing can be tricky. Handling the situation the right way can make the difference between helping or enabling your loved one. […]

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ADHD Screening

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By their very nature, children are often distractible.  A short attention span, especially in the face of a stimulating environment, is to be expected for many curious and interested children.  Young children are typically blessed with an abundance of energy, so they may appear fidgety and “on the go” much of the time.  While some […]

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After “I Do”

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Whether you’ve been married 5 months or 25 years, every couple has its disagreements and conflicts. Merging two different personalities is no easy task. From finances and in-laws to communication and sex, there are hurdles every couple has to cross. Dealing with these issues early can keep the relationship on better footing. And the benefits […]

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Elizabeth’s Story

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By the time she had entered high school, Elizabeth had already been diagnosed with anorexia nervosa. By her sophomore year she had been hospitalized, completed a treatment program and was seeing a therapist and taking medication. “Though the transition was difficult at best, high school was a really wonderful experience for me, something I attribute […]

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