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De-Escalating a Meltdown
March 31, 2022

On airplanes, we are taught to put on our masks first before helping others in a crisis. The same goes for managing a meltdown with little ones. This may mean stepping away first from the situation (assuming the child...

Grief Observed
March 15, 2022

We are all touched by loss and grief at some point in our lives. As painful of a reality to experience, death is a tragedy that we cannot escape. Grief is the experience and natural feelings that come with...

Burnout: Maintaining a Healthy Work Life Amidst Pandemic-Level Stress
March 15, 2022

One result of the ongoing pandemic is an increase in the number of workers reporting burnout. It’s not just the frontline doctors and nurses who are reporting increased levels of burnout at work; it’s teachers, school counselors, restaurant workers,...

The Act of Bearing Witness
March 14, 2022

By Darrick Brown, Mental Health Awareness Program Coordinator Welcome to Women’s History Month. For most of American history, you can find extravagant periods in which the voice of Women is almost absent. You will find historical apologists of this...

Strategies for Communicating with Your Teenage Daughter
February 28, 2022

There comes a time when every mother-daughter relationship has stress – which usually comes around the teenage years. Mothers are always trying to protect their daughters which can lead to confrontation around this age period. As mothers, you naturally...

Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month: A Q&A with Summit Therapists
February 18, 2022

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. According to the National Institute of Justice, teen dating violence includes physical, psychological or sexual abuse; harassment; or stalking of any person ages 12 to 18 in the context of a past...

A Man With a Dream: A 2022 Reflection
February 9, 2022

By Mollie Innocent-Cupid, Deputy Executive Director Every year on MLK Jr. Day, I find myself sitting and reflecting on what I want to take away from King’s life and his message. And what is it that I want to...

Can You Mourn Something You Never Had?
February 4, 2022

By Dr. Mollie Innocent-Cupid, Deputy Executive Director As a child therapist, I work with many children who have been abandoned by one or both of their biological parents. Some of these kids are unaffected by their abandonment and have...

Beautiful Buzzwords
February 2, 2022

By Darrick Brown, MDiv, Mental Health Awareness Coordinator For most, it is clear that African Americans have a rich culture that has touched the world with its music, style, linguistic acrobatics, and art. I love the fact that within...

20 Creative Date Night Ideas
January 28, 2022

While I was growing up, I discovered that the parents of a close friend of mine went on a weekly date-night. At the time I simply thought that this was a wonderful practice and felt confused by the fact...