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Managing Change Using S.E.L.F.

Change can be difficult to manage, right? And we’re ALL experiencing some pretty significant changes in our lives these days. S.E.L.F. is a simple tool for organizing the stress and anxiety that you might be experiencing. Two of CHNK’s therapists, Jaclyn Gleason and Brianna Roland, discuss S.E.L.F. in the below video and how it can be applied – especially as we continue to collectively navigate the changes in our lives caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Managing Change Using S.E.L.F.

Change can be difficult to manage, right? And we're ALL experiencing some pretty significant changes in our lives these days. S.E.L.F. is a simple tool for organizing the stress and anxiety that you might be experiencing. Two of CHNK's therapists, Jaclyn Gleason and...

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You are welcome here!

What it means to have an affirming & inclusive mental health provider Submitted by: CHNK Therapist Mia Neal, MSSW, CSW I remember the day like it was yesterday – I was attending a national webinar through Human Rights Campaign regarding best practices for serving...

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Preparing for a Successful School Year

With the hallmarks of the school year upon us, pediatrician visits, school supplies trips, and bleary eyes re-adapting to a 7AM wake up call, it’s a great opportunity to goal set for the coming school year. What’s going to be the same? What’s going to be...

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What’s possible with you?

CHNK Behavioral Health is the first healthcare provider in the Commonwealth of Kentucky to have achieved certification in the internationally renown Sanctuary Model for Trauma-Informed Care, an approach that helps people who have experienced toxic childhood stress and...

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Helping Kids Get Back to “Real Life”

My first position at Children's Home of Northern Kentucky was as a Residential Therapist. I worked on our Devou Park campus with young clients who had been removed from their families for the child's own safety and protection. While working with these children, I...

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Launching the CHNK Blog: From Ditto Machines to Smartphones

When I was in elementary school in the early 1970s in my hometown of Paducah, my teachers and principal would use a mass communication tool that we simply referred to as the “purple paper.” In the school office, a small machine with a handle used for turning would...

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