Five Myths About Therapy: Debunked

For the last several years, attitudes concerning going to therapy have steadily improved. Where before it may have been seen as a sign that something was wrong in a person’s life, now, going to therapy is widely viewed as a strength. Still, several myths exist surrounding therapy; the aim of this article is bust a […]

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COVID-19 Update: How to Access Care at Jefferson Center

To our valued clients and community–  Due to the rapid spread of the Omicron COVID-19 variant, and for the health and safety of our clients and staff, Jefferson Center will be transitioning many of our in-person services to telehealth for at least the month of January.Our essential and community-based services will remain in person with precautions […]

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Why Practicing Gratitude Is Important And The Best Ways To Do It

Throughout our lives we are told to be thankful and show gratitude, and to appreciate what we have and those around us. While we know it’s important to be grateful, sometimes it’s hard to be, especially during difficult times. Actively practicing gratitude can feel like a strange concept, especially when you’re feeling down.  However, practicing […]

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How To Handle Conflict When Tensions Are High About COVID-19

Issues surrounding COVID-19, like mask requirements and vaccinations have led to a rise in confrontations, from front line workers with customers, to arguments with friends, family and neighbors.   A conflict is a disagreement or argument, commonly assumed to be something that needs resolving, but this is not always the case. Conflicts are not always negative, they can lead to moments of understanding and […]

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Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. All month, mental health advocates, prevention organizations, survivors, allies, and community members unite to promote suicide prevention awareness. This month is a great time to share resources and tools so that you can offer support to those in crisis, change the conversation from suicide to suicide prevention, and […]

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A Statement on BIPOC Mental Health Month from Jefferson Center CEO, Kiara Kuenzler

At Jefferson Center, we are always working to connect more closely with our communities and make access to mental health resources a reality for everyone, by addressing the unique barriers and needs of the diverse communities we serve. This July, we’re continuing to work toward health equity by celebrating Black, Indigenous & People of Color […]

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5 Hikes for Mindfulness This Summer

“Hiking in nature provides an opportunity to tune in — both to our own experience and to the world around us. While it can be easy to get lost in thought or daydreams while hiking, the simple practices of mindfulness can draw us more closely into our experience of the natural world.” — Khalila Archer, […]

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