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Alaska Attachment & Bonding Associates

Alaska Attachment & Bonding Associates Alaska Attachment & Bonding Associates (AABA) is a non-profit organization that: Provides training, support and advocacy for adoptive parents and foster families who care for children with emotional disorders, such as reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) and professionals who work with this population of children. Raises awareness of RAD in...

St. Louis OCD Support Group

St. Louis OCD Support Group They are dedicated to providing support to individuals with OCD, their families, and friends. They do not endorse or recommend any specific medical professional, behavioral treatment, drug, or therapy. Their goals are: To keep up with and share information and resources pertinent to Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. To educate the general public...

ALAS (All Lewisham Autism Support)

ALAS (All Lewisham Autism Support) They are a group of parents of autistic children in Lewisham and surrounding boroughs in South East London. They have set up a small local charity affiliated to the National Autistic Society. What do they do? They offer emotional support by listening and sharing their experiences of living with autism They are a group of parents of autistic...

The Autism Program of Illinois

The Autism Program of Illinois The Autism Program of Illinois (TAP) is the largest statewide network of services in the nation for individuals diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their families. Thirty community agency and universities make up the TAP Service Network, which provides diagnosis, treatment, support groups, and resources impacting more than 16,000...

OCD Center of Los Angeles

OCD Center of Los Angeles OCD stands for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. A very simple description of OCD is that it is a condition in which an individual experiences recurrent obsessions and/or compulsions. Obsessions are defined as repetitive thoughts, ideas, or impulses that an individual experiences as inappropriate, intrusive, and unwanted. Compulsions are defined as...

Hugh Simmons, CSW

Hugh Simmons, CSW Hugh Simmons a licensed clinical social worker with the six-year R code psychotherapy privilege, the highest credentialing available in New York State for the profession of social work. He also a Board Certified Diplomate (BCD) in Clinical Social Work, a national credential offered by the American Board of Examiners in Clinical Social Work (ABE)....

Metropolitan Center for Assault Prevention

Metropolitan Center for Assault Prevention MetroCap—the Metropolitan Center for Assault Prevention—is a non-profit organization created to reduce the incidence of violence against children throughout the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area. Since 1994, MetroCap has served more than 120,000 children, school counselors, teachers and parents.

Arapahoe County Early Childhood Council, Inc.

Arapahoe County Early Childhood Council, Inc. The Arapahoe County Early Childhood Council (ACECC) is one of thirty-one Early Childhood Councils in the State of Colorado. The local Early Childhood Councils provide an efficient, community-based infrastructure to support a state-wide early childhood system. They are rooted in the values of community, collaboration and leadership on behalf of...

Public Speaking Center of NY

Public Speaking Center of NY This highly concentrated and effective course of study includes 4 (45 min.) private sessions, as well as participation in 7 different support groups (90 minutes each), over the course of the week. The entire package of intensive therapy and group exposure is only $999.

Child Care and Nutrition, Inc.

Child Care and Nutrition, Inc. In late 1984, a group of interested Ivanhoe community members decided to pursue the idea of forming a nonprofit organization to promote, support and offer services for family child care providers in Minnesota. The Child and Adult Care Food Program administered through The United States Department of Agriculture was their primary function. They...

AHA Association

AHA Association Their first meeting was in the spring of 1988 under the auspices of the Department of Child Psychiatry at Stony Brook and the direction of John C. Pomeroy, M.D., to whom they are most grateful. Dr. Pomeroy, at that time the Director of Child Psychiatry, O.P.D., University Hospital at Stony Brook, was doing research on high-functioning autistic-...

Operation Family: Family & Friends of American PTSD Veterans

Operation Family: Family & Friends of American PTSD Veterans In order to establish service connection for PTSD, the evidence must establish that during active duty a veteran was subjected to a stressor or stressors that would cause characteristic symptoms in almost anyone. Evidence of combat or having been a prisoner of war may be accepted as conclusive evidence of a stressor incurred during active duty....

Dr. Tal - Los Angeles psychologist

Dr. Tal My mission is your personal growth. As a positive psychologist, I design our sessions focusing on encouraging you to identify and develop your own positive emotions, positive experiences and positive traits. Initially our work includes your most pressing concerns, but my overall treatment plan nurtures that which is best within you. We study your...

AWARE, Inc.

AWARE, Inc. AWARE, Inc. is a non-profit youth program serving Clark County since 1997 and now serves Clark, Cowlitz, Skamania, Yakima, Benton and Kittitas Counties. Mission: Empower teens by equipping them with the knowledge and strategies for healthy choices regarding sexual activity. Encourage parents by providing support and resources to help their...