The holidays create both positive and negative stressors for all of us. To maintain your resilience and #bounceback from some of the negative effects of stress, consider the following tips:
The Guidance Center’s ACT (Assertive Community Treatment) Team just passed the three year mark of its existence! And with no excitement or success stories to share!
Kidding. (A collective sense of humor is one of the crucial elements...
The Guidance Center is keeping apprised of the COVID-19 situation in Coconino County. COVID-19, or the Coronavirus Disease 2019 is an outbreak of respiratory disease
As a community member, it is sometimes challenging to know what to do when you notice behavior change in a loved on. Recognizing the signs and symptoms of mental illness and the receipt of quick care are the best ways to support loved ones who are experiencing behavioral health needs.
TGC is working on a special project we are very excited about: Establishing a Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Program that will be clinic wide. At this time we have three active adult groups, and one active youth group. Each group meets for two hours once a week. We have a DBT Consultation team
I wanted to share with you the great success of our DBT Program.
During the summer of 2018, he Child & Family Services Team created a DBT program for teens using...
Listen for The Guidance Center’s day sponsorship on KNAU, Arizona Public Radio (91.7, Flagstaff) November 15th!
We thank you for your generosity and for considering The Guidance Center when making your year-end charitable contributions!
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I wrote this in the hopes this would be put to music as a song one day.
Sit beside me I beg you...The voices I hear can’t harm you...Smile for me I beg you
The Guidance Center is pleased to announce it’s first New Graduate Nursing Residency Program! This program was developed ...
Opiate addiction is a disease that used to be accompanied with shame and guilt. Instead of being labeled as a brain disorder, it was categorized as a behavior disorder developed through the fault of the individual. However, addiction was recently identified...
Opioid overdose is a serious problem. Opioids are the class of drug that includes things like some prescription pain medication, methadone, fentanyl, and heroin. Despite years of combating the issues, drugs and drug overdoses are still an issue in the United States—in some cases now more than ever.