*All videos are Closed Captioned on Youtube*
Janet successfully completed a full protocol of Cognitive Processing Therapy for childhood trauma. She reported feeling uncomfortable with the memories and struggled talking about them.
After beginning to realize she was using problematic thinking to justify self-loathing and accepting the responsibility of her abuser, she began reporting a significant drop in the frequency, strength and vividness of the memories.
Janet is now focusing on strengthening the relationship with her daughter and going back to college. She shares she is now also willing to entertain the possibility of starting a new romantic relationship since she feels confident in the skills she has learned to identify abusive behaviors and establish healthy and appropriate boundaries.
The joy in Janet’s face is evident when she describes the benefits of the services she has received at the Northwest Community Service Center.
Nicholas Shawver, LPC, LCDC, LSOTP
Licensed Professional of the Healing Arts (LPHA) 2
*The name of the client has been altered to safeguard the client’s privacy.
Joshua* is an nine-year-old boy whose journey we celebrate. He was a client of both the Feeding Clinic and the Positive Behavior Supports (PBS) program. When we met him at age five, Joshua was non-verbal and had periods of aggressive behavior.
Anaira noted Maritza’s baby seemed happy and well cared for, but during her observations, she became concerned about Martiza when she noticed changes in Martiza’s self-care.
Savannah was referred to our YES Waiver program in November 2019. At that time, she was engaging in self-harm and was also fighting depression and anxiety.
Please join us for the “Let Your Voice Be Heard” meeting series. The meeting will take place on the first Wednesday of the month at 12 p.m. on LifeSize. This meeting is for the individuals and families we serve, as well as staff members. The goal of this monthly meeting is to get feedback to create a more trauma informed environment for those we serve.
On Thursday, February 4th, Have Shears Will Travel began providing free haircuts to our men and women served at our 6160 location. The RV will return on the first Thursday of every month.
"I have been working at the Hospital to Home program at Open Door Mission. One day I was walking around in the court yard, and a resident approached me. He had been at our Southmore program a couple of times, and he remembered me.
Join thousands of subscribers and receive the latest mental health news from The Harris Center.
The Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD strives to provide high quality, efficient, and cost effective services so that persons with mental disabilities may live with dignity as fully functioning, participating, and contributing members of our community, regardless of their ability to pay based on a sliding scale rate schedule.
Privacy Statement Contact Us