Any change, even a change for the better, is always accompanied by drawbacks and discomforts ... Arnold Bennett. 

 

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     Perspectives Counseling Center, Inc. is dedicated to the well being of individuals, children and families.  We strive to provide the most effective forms of therapy through research and state of the art programs.  We believe in proactively maintaining mental health to help strengthen positive connections so that people and communities unite and flourish.

  • Parenting Parenting

    Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) is utilized to enhance knowledge, skills and confidence in parenting.  Create a protective and nurturing environment to promote development in children and reduce behavioral problems.  Strengthening emotional bonds can help you to set appropriate limits and raise a healthy and responsible child.

  • Substance Use Disorders Substance Use Disorders

    Services offered include individual and group psycho-educational and therapeutic outpatient treatment for substance abuse/dependence, addictions and co-occurring disorders.   Evaluations and family sessions are available.  A DOT Substance Abuse Professional provides mandated evaluations and follow-up services.

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    Perspectives Counseling Center, Inc. is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment agency and does not discriminate against any person or group of persons on the grounds of race, color, religious creed, age, marital status, national origin, ancestry, gender, sexual orientation, or mental/physical disability.  View our current job openings.

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More Diagnoses of ADHD Causing Concern

A.D.H.D. Seen in 11% of U.S. Children as Diagnoses Rise

March
22

Researchers Investigate Effects of Media Violence on Children

Information gleaned from the parenting.com study found that 90 percent of movies, 68 percent of video games, and 60 percent of TV shows show some depictions of violence.

February
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Smarter Ways to Discipline Children

Research Suggests Which Strategies Really Get Children to Behave; How Timeouts Can Work Better

December