September is suicide awareness and prevention month. For those struggling with suicidal ideations, it is debilitating, exhausting, and overwhelming. There are a lot of misconceptions and misunderstandings about suicide, the warning signs, and what can be done. The good news is that suicide can be prevented; we need to know the warning signs and what to do if you are …

Get your running shoes, your cape and mask, your family, and pick your route! It’s time for the Child Guidance Superhero 5k! This year’s Superhero 5k Run for Prevention will be virtual, but will still include all the fun from a distance. Grab your cape or your mask, post a picture on our social media pages (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn!) OR send …

Do you find yourself just staring into space? Feeling a little stuck, or tired or just over this pandemic and all of its inconveniences? Are you shocked when you see friends and neighbors having large gatherings and going into the Wawa without a mask to “grab just a few things?” All of this can be a natural biproduct of habituation. …

Many people believe that the world is a good place, with good people, and things just make sense. In the midst of the global pandemic, our worlds have turned upside down and some of those views have been challenged or negated. It can be overwhelming to think the world is not the safe, benevolent place we thought it was. The …