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Archive for July 2016

Tri-County Children’s Mental Health Project Enters Second Year

A Prairie View News Release: For more information: Jack Brand (316) 284 6357 Newton, Kan. (July 19, 2016) –The Tri-County Children’s Mental Health Project is entering its second year. The goal of this project is to create universal practices and procedures around mental health screening and referral to resources. Mental health screening and support…

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Talking to Kids about Race and Violence in America

A special guest blog from Harold S. Koplewicz, MD, president of Child Mind Institute, first published July 14, 2016. Reprinted with permission. In the wake of last week’s racially charged violence, our dismay and distress have reached a fever pitch. These tragic shootings — of black men by police and policemen by a sniper — add…

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Prairie View Announces New Board Members

A Prairie View News Release Newton, Kan. (July 13, 2016) – Attracted to the mission of transforming lives by bringing hope and healing through mental health services, two local residents, Christine Crouse-Dick and John Waltner, have recently agreed to serve on the Prairie View Board of Directors. “Prairie View is extremely fortunate to have a…

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After the Affair

By Gail Unruh-Revel, LSCSW, CSAT, CST If you just learned your partner had an affair, you are most likely wondering how on earth you can possibly handle this. You may be asking yourself, “How can I live with my partner when I know he or she has been with someone else?” You may also be…

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