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News & Events
Harvey County Caregiver Support Group meets March 12
February 26, 2015
Alzheimer’s Support Group meets March 10 in McPherson
February 26, 2015
Parkinson’s Disease Support Group meets March 10 at Prairie View in McPherson
February 26, 2015News & Media Center
Transcending Sexual Addiction
February 20, 2015
In Kansas and across the country, psychiatrists and therapists are helping an increasing number of people confront a debilitating and difficult disorder: sexual addiction. What is sexual addiction? Sexual addiction is characterized by compulsive sexual patterns, including intense sexual preoccupation, rituals, and sexual behavior, all of which serve as an escape from persistent or painful […]MORE
Older adults and depression: Part 1
February 19, 2015
by Amy Ibbetson, a licensed master level psychologist at Prairie View, Inc. How often people wish for retirement when they can travel, determine their own schedules, and spend time with loved ones. Often their plans include activities that were pushed aside while careers and family-raising took precedence. But, as people age, it may not be […]MORE