By: Denise Etherton, M.A., LPC, Regional Director of Clinical Partnerships, Lifeskills South Florida Do you ever feel like your brain is full of clutter and you can’t find things when you need them? School, work, family, mental illnesses, pets, food, exercise, friends, and now COVID-19…all these pieces of life litter our brain if we don’t clean or
March 1 is Self-Injury Awareness Day and every year, this global event helps raise awareness for self-injury. Though it’s an isolating coping mechanism, it’s a struggle shared by millions of people around the world. Self-injury, more commonly known as self-harm, involves any intentional, self-inflicted harm that lacks suicidal intent. Anyone with personal experience understands how
Lifeskills South Florida has been fortunate to work with Paul Gallant of Primary Recovery Services for several years. As a licensed professional counselor and board-certified interventionist, Paul has a strong background in providing services that utilize an individual approach to treatment for mental health and substance use disorders.