Author: Casa Pacifica

Is Family Therapy Right for You? Whether your youth is dealing with trauma, an anxiety disorder or another mental health struggle, family programming is an essential part of the therapeutic healing process. Family involvement helps parents and caregivers better understand and support their youth, and work through challenging situations...

One of the biggest challenges of the last year has been people not being able to get together. Due to COVID-19 restrictions and CDC recommendations, many have skipped holidays, postponed celebrations, and missed out on time spent with family and friends. In addition, connecting with...

By: Ariela H. Rabizadeh, M.A., Doctoral Candidate in Clinical Psychology Camino a Casa Doctoral Intern  The month of March highlights the prevalence and importance of learning about self-injury through Self-Injury Awareness Month. Self-injury, sometimes referred to as self-harm, is intentional, non-lethal behavior that causes physical injury to...

  All parents want the security of knowing that as they send their teens out into the world, they will make good decisions. Parents want to trust that as their youth faces daily choices, they will remember their upbringing and demonstrate a basic understanding of right...

In Honor Of Trans Awareness Beth Zacher Burke, LCSW, Clinical Program Manager, Camino a Casa As a clinician, I have been running groups for LGBTQ youth and to explore SOGIE (Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Expression) issues for my entire 13 year clinical career. Currently, as the...

The National Center for Education Statistics cites that at least 20 percent of students ages 12 to 18 report some sort of bullying at school. The effects of bullying can have long-term negative consequences and can color childhood with fear, isolation or social anxiety. Initial...

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