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When Anxiety Leads to Suicidality

Posted on by Kim Davis

Catching and Challenging Automatic Anxious Thoughts Can Stop a Downward Spiral Elysabeth Meehan, LCSW, Samaritan Counseling Center For a long time, now, people have spoken of the connection between depression and its potential lead-up to thoughts of suicide. Depression is an overwhelming sense of sadness and doom. A person with depression can’t see the sun […]


Make Time For Grief

Posted on by Jill Harp

Samaritan Counseling Center therapist Hannah Keesler shares a therapy strategy she uses with clients regularly to help them cope with grief. “Grief takes time. Easier said than allowed,” says Samaritan Counseling Center therapist Hannah Keesler. “Grief is painful, exhausting, isolating, and enraging. Often, we want to feel better and get back to “normal” as quickly […]


Nonsuicidal Self-Injury Behaviors

Posted on by Jill Harp

Samaritan’s Connected Community Wellness Screen program provides emotional wellness screens to students throughout 10 community school systems. It is important for parents, schools and youth mentors to be aware that this year’s screenings are showing a prevalence of students engaging in nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) behaviors. What is NSSI? It is self-inflicted harm to one’s body […]





Want to be happier? Try these four intentional gratitude strategies.

  Gratitude is a powerful thing. Research shows it can reduce depression, enhance resilience and improve relationship satisfaction. Gratitude is also hard. Just like anything else worth doing — playing piano, ballroom dancing or sinking a long putt — it takes practice. That’s why we love these four strategies for cultivating gratitude from the Greater Good […]


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