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Ask an Edge Expert: February 2018

Many of us grapple with a problem from time to time. This month’s Ask an Expert will breakdown some of the ways to solve problems. February 2018 Featured Expert- Zachary Dembo, LPC As a therapist I am always, on some level, assisting my clients in solving problems. Sometimes these problems are relatively small and can be solved over []

Ask an Edge Expert: January 2018

Many people attempt to begin new healthy habits on New Years Day. Ashley Wooley, LMFT has some great tips for you as you begin your new habit journey. January 2018 Featured Expert: Ashley Wooley, LMFT   For the last five years my New Year’s resolution has been to eat healthier. Unfortunately, as my family and []

Ask an Edge Expert: December 2017

The holidays are upon us and can be really difficult for some. Many people struggle with their minds full of memories and their heart is heavy with loneliness. Angela Farris, LCSW blogs about how to cope with loneliness at the holidays, making new memories and self-care. December 2017 Featured Expert: Angela Farris, LCSW Often when we think about []

Ask an Edge Expert: November 2017

November 18, 2017 is National Survivors of Suicide Loss Day. This month’s expert Edge Expert is Amy Henderson LCPC, Clinical Supervisor at Edgewood Clinical Services. Amy discusses her own survivor experience, how she channels her experience to help others and outlines many supportive resources. November 2017 Featured Expert: Amy Henderson, LCPC The morning of June 4, 2013, I was []

Ask an Edge Expert: October 2017

This month’s blog is about “Being With” your child and not trying to save them from feeling uncomfortable. “Connecting before Redirecting”. October 2017 Featured Expert: Carly Schrimpl, LCSW “Being With” Learn ways to flourish your Child’s Self-Worth Parents are on frontlines of developing self-worth for the children they care about. It is often underestimated the []