Anxious about Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

Americans who are suffering from anxiety are experiencing more and often debilitating symptoms in response to news about the coronavirus pandemic. The Center for Disease Control reminds us that that stress during an infectious disease outbreak can include:

  • Fear and worry about your own health and the health of your loved ones
  • Changes in sleep or eating patterns
  • Difficulty sleeping or concentrating
  • Worsening of chronic health problems
  • Increased use of alcohol, tobacco, or other drugs

These are good reasons why we should continue with our mental health treatment. We need to watch out for an increase in frequency, duration and intensity of our symptoms. 

We don’t want you to come in to see us if you are sick. You can meet your therapist using Telemental Health. At ICLLC, we use HIPAA compliant software to communicate with you across the internet using a smartphone, tablet, laptop or PC. It’s easy. 

If you are struggling with coronavirus anxiety, any fears or feeling helpless, give us a call. 724-256-9881 Stress weakens our immune system. This makes us more prone to illness – this is the opposite of what we need right now.

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Reactive Attachment Disorder Support Group

Reactive Attachment Disorder Support Group meeting dates will be determined soon. Please check back!

Don’t feel alone when dealing with RAD

Parents connecting with parents whose children have been diagnosed with RAD, or parents who want more information.  All parents are welcome and babysitting is available – $5.00 per child

The kids who need the most love will ask for it in the most unloving of ways.

Connect with other parents who are going through or may experience the same behaviors

Share your story or just listen to others!

Support each other and learn more about RAD

For more information, contact Amber Grey at 724-355-6711


Presidential Proclamation

Presidential Proclamation — National Mental Health Awareness Month, 2016


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Nearly 44 million American adults, and millions of children, experience mental health conditions each year, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and post-traumatic stress.  Although we have made progress expanding mental health coverage and elevating the conversation about mental health, too many people still do not get the help they need.  Our Nation is founded on the belief that we must look out for one another — and whether it affects our family members, friends, co-workers, or those unknown to us — we do a service for each other when we reach out and help those struggling with mental health issues.  This month, we renew our commitment to ridding our society of the stigma associated with mental illness, encourage those living with mental health conditions to get the help they need, and reaffirm our pledge to ensure those who need help have access to the support, acceptance, and resources they deserve.