Please join us for our July 11th parent support group session on understanding and treating binge eating hosted by licensed psychologist Ross Krawczyk, PhD.
HPA/LiveWell is now offering a series of Parent Support Group sessions at our Albany location. These sessions are designed to help parents and children cope with mental health and eating disorder issues.
National Women’s Health Week, May 13-19, 2018, focuses on women’s mental health as a main aspect of overall well-being for an individual.
National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day is part of the campaign to raise awareness about the significance of children’s mental health.
Mental Health Awareness Month in May is a time to get involved to support a cause that affects millions of people throughout the United States.
Screen-Free Week, April 30 – May 6, 2018, aims to increase awareness about the effects of screen time on peoples’ mental health and wellness.
Bulimia is a serious disease affecting millions of people. Bulimia symptoms create significant impacts on a person’s life and can even cause death.
Stress Awareness Month, April 2018, helps educate people on the effects of stress and how to cope in an effective manner.
Group therapy is a therapeutic intervention where several people with similar issues and struggles come together with one or more therapist to receive therapy, guidance, support, and/or coping skills.
You probably can’t turn on the television or open a magazine without seeing something on food choices and physical health. What is talked about far less frequently is the link between nutrition and mental health. Yet, there is much evidence to suggest diet is as important to mental health as it is physical health.
HPA/LiveWell’s Dr. Amina Mahmood was interviewed by Joshua Turner, M.S., a Counseling Psychology Doctoral Student at New Mexico State University. Joshua is conducting a series of interviews highlighting the work of psychologists whose research or practice examines work with minority men.
HPA/LiveWell’s Dr. Julie Morison stopped by the WFLY 92.3 studios in Albany to discuss National Eating Disorder Week.
Self-injury awareness day, March 1 2018, is meant to educate the public and decrease the stigma associated with those who self-injure.
National Eating Disorders Awareness Week encourages the increased awareness of, and education about eating disorders in this country.
Random Acts of Kindness Day supports and encourages kind acts as a way to achieve better mental health. Find out ways you can improve your mental health by being kind to others.
Bipolar disorder is a serious mental illness that can impact a person’s mood and behavior, but what is bipolar disorder?
When a loved one returns home from eating disorder treatment, it is helpful to have awareness as to how to best support him or her.
Culture is a primary influence in therapy. Therefore, there are many multicultural counseling techniques and factors to consider when providing effective counseling.
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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