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Brian Clinton, MD, Ph.D., is Ellenhorn New York’s new Psychiatrist

Dr. Clinton’s psychiatric training was at Harvard University’s Massachusetts General Hospital and McLean Hospital. While there, he spent his final year focused

Christina Brezing, MD, is the new Medical Director of Ellenhorn New York

Dr. Christina Brezing works collaboratively with her clients to achieve their individual goals by developing personalized treatment strategies and integrating the latest

Introducing Ian Collins, BA, MA, LCSW, Clinical Director at the new ellenhorn Raleigh-Durham

Ian Collins is a licensed clinical social worker and psychotherapist with over a decade of experience treating adolescents and adults for symptoms

Introducing Dicla Circelli, BA, MA, Director of Operations at the new ellenhorn Raleigh-Durham

Dicla is a rehabilitation counselor with more than 25 years experience working with people experiencing extreme states of mind. After earning a

Hope and the Courage to Continue: 5th Community Integration Conference “Turns a Light on a Dark Room.”

Hope is the key driver of personal change. Hope enables us to take action toward a goal and to trust that we

Interview with Drs. Ross Ellenhorn and Kent Harber: What is Fear of Hope?

What is the value of hope in therapeutic treatment? Ross: Typical treatment neglects the concept of hope, and because it neglects hope,

A Crisis of Trust | Three Critical Considerations When Navigating Behavioral Health

If you’ve had the daunting task of locating and accessing mental health treatment for yourself or a loved one, you likely have

VIDEO: David Dionisio, LMHC Appears as a Guest with the Integrative Mental Health University

In early February 2019, Dave Dionisio, LMHC did an interview with Emma Bragdon of the Integrative Mental Health University. As a Spiritual Emergence Coach,

A Response to a NYT Article on the Me2/Orchestra

Responding to “Fighting the Stigma of Mental Illness Through Music” by Michele C. Hollow on January 29, 2019. Music has been used as

Supporting Siblings

Cait was sixteen when her brother Jay left for college. They always had a very close relationship. During their childhood they would

Recovery Coaches as a Pathway to Recovery

When you think about substance use treatment many people often think about many of the traditional ways of treatment. One of the

Self-Care: Being a Caregiver During the Holiday Season

It’s December and the holiday season is swinging into full gear. While we are racing against time to prepare for holiday gatherings