Youth sports should be a positive experience. Yet, with youth sports parents out of control behavior, this positive experience can quickly become damaging.
Please join us for our Parent Support group in Albany, NY on June 12, 2019 about understanding and treating binge eating.
Sports and mental health are commonly linked. Most think of the positive effects of sports on mental health; however, there are some negative effects.
Mental illness rates in young people are on the rise, which is why we want to educate the public on youth mental health services.
Please join us for a lecture and discussion about how to identify, understand and learn to manage Performance Based Anxiety and Social Anxiety.
While physical health tends to be discussed in association with getting older, the importance of aging and mental health is often overlooked.
Come join this open discussion to learn more about strategies and treatment interventions that can help those caring for someone with an eating disorder.
Reading stories is part of many children’s bedtime routines. The good news is the benefits of reading to children may extend far beyond what you realize.
HPA/LiveWell’s Dr. Julie Morison sat down with Benita Zahn at NewsChannel 13 to discuss eating disorders and National Eating Disorders Awareness week.
This March 13, 2019 discussion will be a follow-up to our February 13th parent support group about utilizing positive parenting skills.
Whether you have struggled with depression yourself, or have tried to help someone with depression, you have likely been touched by this mental illness.
Please join HPA/LiveWell’s Dr. Melissa Them on February 13, 2019 in a Parent Support group discussing Proactive and Positive Parenting Skills.
Learn how to help someone with an eating disorder – what it is you should be doing and what is best not to do when helping.
Learn how to identify mental health issues in college students and what you can do to help improve their chances of success.
Learn ways to stay on track with recovery while surviving the holidays with an eating disorder; whether it’s anorexia, bulimia or binge eating.
Binge eating disorder treatment has multiple possible approaches. Learn about what option might be best for you or your loved one.
By learning to use proactive parenting skills you will be able to more effectively discipline and improve your child’s behavior.
Parent Support Group: Strategies & Treatment Interventions for Those Caring for Someone with an Eating Disorder
Please join us for the upcoming September 12, 2018 parent support group: Strategies & Treatment Interventions for Those Caring for Someone with an Eating Disorder.
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- Julie Morison, PhD
- Drew Anderson, PhD
- Pat Bradway, Psy.D.
- Brooke Donovan, PhD
- Elana Gordis, PhD
- Matthew Holmes, PhD
- Ross Krawczyk, PhD
- Amina Mahmood, PhD
- John McCloskey, PhD
- Melissa Them, PhD
- Catherine Walker, PhD
- Meaghan Furman, LMHC
- Kelly Keohan, LMHC
- Allison Oliver, LMHC
- Nicole Tuzinski, LMHC
- Katherine Wells, LMSW