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Tips on Going Back to School

August 31, 2021 Posted in: Announcement

Heading back to school can be a stressful time, especially for students who struggle with emotional regulation and similar challenges. Even in normal years, many students face... Continue reading →

Suicide Prevention Awareness Month for Children, Teens, and Adults

August 31, 2021 Posted in: Announcement

Every day, there are approximately 3,041 suicide attempts by young people in grades 9-12. Yet due to stigmas and taboos, this isn’t talked about nearly enough. There are too... Continue reading →

Managing the Post-pandemic Return to Normalcy

July 20, 2021 Posted in: Announcement

The pandemic forced millions of people out of their routines. For many, this meant no longer having access to the coping strategies and structures they needed to maintain their... Continue reading →

Helping Your Adolescent Navigate the Summer

July 20, 2021 Posted in: Announcement

As summer break from school begins, and the world continues to open up after the pandemic, many teens are struggling to adapt to “life as normal”. Teenagers... Continue reading →

What Parents Should Know and Can Do to Support Their Child's Treatment in Pasadena, CA

July 19, 2021 Posted in: Announcement

When you’re watching a child struggle with mental health, their care and recovery is your top concern. At Las Encinas Recovery Center we understand this. We know you want to remain in... Continue reading →

Pandemic Effects: Summer 2021- Safe and Fun Activities for the Family

July 16, 2021 Posted in: Announcement

School is out, warm weather is here, and more and more people are getting their COVID-19 vaccinations. The feeling of “normal” is slowly coming back to our communities. But many of... Continue reading →

Pandemic Effects: Social Anxiety

July 16, 2021 Posted in: Announcement

The pandemic disrupted every aspect of our lives. On their own, each of these changes might have been small. Shifting to remote work was challenging, for example. So were the... Continue reading →

How Social Media Can Affect Mental Health

January 19, 2021 Posted in: Announcement

Many teenagers and young adults spend more time than they should on social media, and a quick notification check can quickly turn into a half-hour of mindless scrolling... Continue reading →

How to Combat Seasonal Depression This Year During COVID-19

December 14, 2020 Posted in: News Release

The winter months can be a tough time for people who face mental health challenges. The days are shorter, and winter weather means that people spend less time outdoors and... Continue reading →

Improving Behavioral Health with Trauma-Informed Care

November 1, 2020 Posted in: News Release

Trauma can impact anyone, and often, a person experiences the effects of trauma for years after the event occurs. Ongoing symptoms of trauma can include a general lack of trust with others,... Continue reading →