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News & Events
A New View Winter 2014
December 18, 2014
Child and Adolescent Services Booklet
December 18, 2014
When older adults continue driving
December 15, 2014News & Media Center
NeuroStar Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Therapy is a safe, powerful alternative treatment option for depression
December 5, 2014
For those seeking alternative treatments for depression, Prairie View may have an answer: NeuroStar TMS Therapy. With this non-invasive, non-drug outpatient treatment option, some patients have found a robust alternative to antidepressants and other traditional therapies. Those who take medication to treat depression know how important and at times difficult it can be to find […]MORE
Five Tips for a Successful Job Interview
November 11, 2014
by Chris Zuercher, director of Prairie View’s Vocational Service Program For those with a severe and persistent mental illness, finding employment can be challenging, but possible. Consider these job interview tips: Be brief, concise and on target with your answers. Make the conversation about the employers’ needs. If you have a “past”, address it. Nobody’s […]MORE