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  • Shame
    Shame is an emotion that can inhibit a person’s ability to get help, contributes to mental and physical health problems, and can cause behavioral issues. You might be thinking, “Really?” Yes. Research consistently demonstrates that shame can lead to anxiety and depression, eating disorders, suicidal thoughts, self-harm behaviors, bullying, and low self-esteem. Read more
  • Finding Joy Through Gratitude
    What if you woke up and realized all you had was what you were grateful for yesterday? What would you be surrounded with? What would you be missing? Are you satisfied with what you are waking up to? Gratitude is a poignant antidote to suffering. It reminds us of what we still have amid feeling the pain of what we do not. Read more
  • Three ways to support children, teens during COVID-19
    Coronavirus has undeniably and drastically shifted norms in our society and despite your personal thoughts toward COVID-19, this shift has created a mental and emotional upheaval for all of us including our children. This kind of shift is hard to fully grasp and often leaves children and teens with feelings of anxiousness and hopelessness. If this is the case with your child or teen, here are three ways to support them during this continued time of uncertainty. Read more
  • To Write Love On Her Arms
    @jamietwortowski is the original author of the message on our shirts. He wrote a devastatingly honest book called, To Write Love On Her Arms, about his depression. The book was Read more
  • WCCE Coronavirus Update
    Wyoming Center for Clinical Excellence wants you to know that during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic we are doing everything we can to follow guidelines to ensure the safety of our clients and ourselves. Read more
  • WCCE Brian Edwards a Clinical Fellow with the AAMFT
    Wyoming Center for Clinical Excellence’s Brian Edwards, LMFT, CATC, has been selected as a Clinical Fellow with the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT). Read more
  • Tips for relieving pressure around the holidays
    If the holidays leave you feeling less than joyful and more like a Grinch than a Who, here are some tips for relieving pressure around the holidays. Read more
  • What is Couples Counseling?
    Sometimes the infamous day of love stirs up thoughts of unmet expectations, hurt feelings, longtime wounds, and a reminder that your relationship is struggling. If you can relate to the latter, couples counseling is a great place to start. Read more
  • Connectivity Tissue
    Why do some deaths impact us more than others? Why do we grieve heavily for people we have never met? One possible answer—especially seen in sports and music—is due to the connective tissue we form over time between us and them. Read more
  • Five tips for parents to help you decide if your child needs therapy
    Here are some helpful guidelines for parents to determine if their child would benefit from seeing a therapist. Read more

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