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The Mind Diet
June 16, 2016

It seems impossible these days to skim the news and not see one article pertaining to happiness.  Headlines professing the secret to a happy marriage or tips on how to get want you want are one in a million....

5 Tips to Prep Your Teen for High School
June 7, 2016

The move from middle school to high school can be a significant change that involves a lot of adjustments for teenagers including meeting new people, attending different classes, getting used to new teachers, and most of all – going...

The Final Stretch – 6 Skills to Cope with Finals
May 9, 2016

As the school year comes to an end, students start feeling the pressure. The last month of school is jam packed with standardized testing, end of year projects, AP tests, and final exams. Students can almost taste the sweet...

Summit Counseling Center to offer H.O.P.E for Our Community
April 15, 2016

A Heroin and Opioid Prevention Education Workshop The Summit Counseling Center will host a heroin and opioid prevention education workshop for the community on Saturday, September 24th from 9:00am-12:00pm at their main office located at 2750 Old Alabama Rd.,...

6 Signs that a Student is struggling with a Mental Illness
March 14, 2016

Anxiety and depressive disorders are the most diagnosed mental illness currently affecting people across the country, especially teenagers. Mental illness affects teenagers in many ways including their relationships, mood, energy levels, and academic performance. Every day, thousands of schools...

Tips to Managing Stress
March 7, 2016

Let’s face it- life can be so stressful and overwhelming at times. Whether it’s stress caused by work, relationships with family and friends, or our health, stress can come in all shapes and sizes. The situations that create stress...

An Outside Influence
March 7, 2016

For many parents of teens, they may look back fondly on earlier days of parenthood when their children were younger and could be easily persuaded to make the right decision. Young children often have a very clear motivation for...

The Struggle is Real: Unhealthy Communication
February 28, 2016

It may surprise you to know that only thirty-one percent of the problems that couples experience are conflicts that can be resolved. The other sixty-nine percent of the problems are irresolvable perpetual issues. Both marriages with high marital satisfaction...

The Struggle is Real: Priorities
February 24, 2016

In what areas of your life do you operate intentionally? Many people are intentional about their career path, the pursuit of their financial goals, the attainment of their retirement plans, their spiritual growth and even their charitable giving. Far...

The Struggle is Real: Sex
February 22, 2016

The beginning of a romantic relationship, and often the “honeymoon” stage of a marriage, abounds with passion. A person feels “butterflies” when near their partner, their thoughts turn to their partner frequently and with a daydream-like quality, they just...