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Dear BWG Clients:
As the Coronavirus situation continues to unfold, you know that the Governor of Ohio has put a shelter at home order in place. BWG will continue to work remotely from home until further notice. We will continue to monitor the situation for further revisions if needed based on recommendations from the CDC and other national, state and local regulatory and health authorities.
Outpatient Therapy/Medication Management
Intensive Outpatient Programs/Aftercare Programs
We are working remotely from home. We are not cancelling your appointments.We encourage the use of Zoom for virtual sessions. Your therapist/office staff will be sending more information to you regarding use of the Zoom platform and how to register for the virtual sessions. In the event that you are not able to participate in virtual visits OR prefer phone sessions, the phone can be used for a phone therapy session.
Psychological Testing Sessions
Certain Psychological Testing sessions may be completed remotely but most which have been scheduled will be cancelled immediately. Please note that this is NOT for anyone who has an initial assessment scheduled for testing. Those initial testing sessions will be done virtually.
We wish all of you health and safety during this time and are committed to ensuring that all of you receive the care that you need and deserve.
With gratitude for your cooperation and understanding,
Dr. John A. Glovan, Co-Founder
Mr. Michael J. Pollak, Co-Founder
Best Wishes to You this Spring!
With Spring comes Renewal, Rebirth and Hope. During these very difficult and unprecedented times, The Behavioral Wellness Group would like to take this opportunity to sincerely say Thank You to our loyal clients and referral sources for their ongoing support and confidence. What we accomplish is not possible without you! We are here to continue to assist you and your loved ones and wish all of you the very best as we move forward!
After 10 years of running my IOP, I wanted to update you on the Health and Wellness IOP. It is appropriate for those who:
- Struggle with Depression/Anxiety/Emotional Issues and/or concomitant Medical Conditions/Pain, acute or chronic
- Are on Medical Leave from work or school, short or long-term
- Need Disability Forms Completed
- Struggle with Poor Coping
- Desire to Increase Health and Wellness
- Are Isolated from potential sources of support
Warm Wishes to You In 2020!
The Behavioral Wellness Group would like to take this opportunity to sincerely say Thank You to our loyal clients and referral sources for their support. What we accomplish is not possible without you!
A New Year is Upon Us…. And so is CampusTherapy.com. Online services for students away at college. We also provide Online Therapy Services.
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BWG’S 2019 DEVELOPMENTS:
When your loved one is diagnosed with bipolar disorder, there may be a couple of questions that run through your mind. The first question, “What is Bipolar?” and the second question, “What is my role when things start to unravel?” Furthermore, for many people who have been diagnosed with this specific disorder,
I was trying to think of a blog subject to write about this time for my blog. As I contemplated this, I noticed almost everyone in my Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Intensive Outpatient Group (IOP) was talking about their struggle to be perfect, or how they feel like failures if things are not exactly as they think they should be. I was hearing phrases like:
Full Article Index
- “I WAS TRYING TO ACT NORMAL…”
- Adjusting to Life During Coronavirus
- All or Nothing Thinking and Various Other Popular Cognitive Distortions
- Appropriate Levels of Care in Mental Health
- Are Politics Affecting You Emotionally?
- Are You a Parent or a Friend to Your Child?
- Bipolar Disorder (Supporting Your Loved Ones)
- BWG Fall Newsletter
- Can Family Members Help Someone Get Off Drugs?
- CARF Accreditation 2018
- CARF Accreditation Fall 2015
- Choosing a University or College
- Chronic Pain
- Confidence and Self-Esteem
- Deep Breathing Through Tough Times (For Kids)
- Did PTSD Exist Before Viet Nam?
- Doing Your Part to Decrease the Mental Health Stigma
- Effective Communication
- Emotion Regulation Skills
- Fall is Upon Us…. And so is CampusTherapy.com!
- For Parents: How To Deal With The Financial Stressors of Kids and College
- Grief and Loss: Just what is “Normal” Anyway?
- Happy Spring!
- How Do I Know if I Have a Substance Abuse Problem?
- How Does Stress Affect My Physical Health
- How to "Reset" Ourselves
- How to Deal with Work Related Stress
- How to talk to your kids about drugs
- Hurry Up, Let's Slow Down
- Improving Sleep - Especially During COVID-19
- Is it acceptable to take a mental health day from work/school?
- Let’s Talk About Love
- Managing Relationships Through the Holidays
- Managing Stress
- Mental Health Patients and the Emergency Room
- Mindfulness For Stress Reduction
- Myths about Suicide
- New Year 2020
- New Year's Resolution: Evaluation Time
- Oh My God, I’m losing control!
- Options for College Related Stress
- Orthorexia: When Healthy Eating Becomes Unhealthy
- Parents, Teens and Mental Health
- Poklar's Ponderings, Parents Hang in There
- Protecting Our Children
- Reprogramming Your Brain
- Social Media Detox
- Special Notice regarding COVID-19
- Spring 2020
- Summer 2020
- Supporting Survivors of Sexual Assault
- Teens Who Struggle With Suicidal Thoughts
- Teens, Entitlement and Instant Gratification
- Ten DBT Techniques for Anxiety
- Ten Years of Health and Wellness
- The Benefits of Group Therapy
- The Heroin Epidemic
- The New Trend: Teens, Vaping and Juuls
- The Power of Positivity
- Therapeutic Benefits of Dogs
- Thirteen Things to Consider and Ways to Open Communication
- Thriving During Divorce
- Tips for Parents who have Pre-Teens and Teens who Struggle with Depression and Anxiety
- Tips On Preventing The Cold Weather Blues
- Understanding Grief
- Validating Kids as They Deal with Anxiety
- Ways to Learn New Life Skills
- What Really Matters?
- What to Look for if Someone You Care About May Have a Problem with Alcohol
- What's Your Boundary
- When Seasonal Changes Affect Your Moods
- When Someone You Love Struggles with Depression and Anxiety
- When To Be Concerned About College Related Stress
- Who you voted for does not have to define you