Dr. Julio Rojas, psychologist and licensed alcohol and drug counselor at CPN Behavioral Health, discusses factors contributing to stigma surrounding mental illness and addiction, and advocates for comprehensive and compassionate care.
CPN Behavioral Health will build a new clinical building thanks to a grant from the U.S. Indian Health Service. The current clinic is 4,300 square feet with care provided by eight professional staff, including one psychiatrist, three psychologists and five counselors. The new building is expected to house more providers, therapy rooms, a larger space for group therapy and a planned observation deck.
We aren’t always clear with one another in our communication. Right now seems particularly difficult to many people with so many messages about so many things going on in our society.
While many of us long for the kind of human contact we knew in the recent past, we can still experience too much closeness at times with the people we love. I know this seems confusing, and that’s because it is! But it’s also okay.
In times like these when our social supports can seem limited, it may be helpful to find the things that tell us it just might be a good day today.
We are probably feeling a bit cramped right now with all the limits we hear about saying we can’t do things, so try looking at what we can do.
The CPN Behavioral Health Department shares some tips and practices found across the field of mental health treatment and recent recommendations from a variety of national organizations.
Submitted by Kassi Roselius, M.D., M.P.H. Citizen Potawatomi Nation Health Services (CPNHS) Public Health would like to use this opportunity to promote health and wellness for our patient population and nationwide. Below is a list of topics and critical components to overall well-being we’re focusing on during National Public Health Week, which runs April 2-8. Read More »