Community resources

Community Resources

We are all part of a community, locality, and broader world. While we strive to improve the mental health of our community, we also recognize our shared responsibility to social justice. We are therefore committed to being active participants and volunteers in service to our community, with a goal of fostering an enhanced quality of life for all members of our community and world. [/list]
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Participate/Volunteer in JGKA community activities (annual coat drive, annual food drive, and other various service opportunities

Request Dr. Kuna to present to your group or organization on a Behavioral Health topic, for example:

  • Coping with work place stress
  • Parenting challenges
  • CISD (Critical Incident Stress Debriefing)
  • Compassion Fatigue
  • Intersection of Behavioral Health and Medicine
From articles on the Psychology of Time to the Transtheoretical Model, our slideshare page provides educational material on psychological practice and theory.
With a slightly less academic approach, our blog covers current trends in psychology, artilces of interest to other mental health pracitioners, as well as general interest peices on the nature of the therapeutic process.
Our Pinterest boards provide helpful therapeutic worksheets and ideas, as well as relevant and informative articles for clinicians and non-clinicians alike.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Women's Resource Center of NEPA

Lackawanna County Children and Youth

Parenting Resources