Daily Dose with CBS 7 – Meadows Foundation

Posted on July 20, 2016

Tatum Hubbard speaks with our clinical director, Susie Marquez, about our partnership with the meadows foundation.

Lack of structure for long periods is unhealthy for children

Posted on July 18, 2016

Summer vacation has already arrived for most children. For parents, the question is often what should be done about the children. Unfortunately, if left on their own without any structure, children often view summer as a period in the year in which they have no responsibilities nor academic goals or expectations. Children can also easily… Read More

GOOD SAMARITAN: Qualifications for your self-care

Posted on July 18, 2016

Taking care of ourselves is the hardest job we can ever sign up for. We tend to be really good at working towards meeting others’ needs and allowing our own well-being to be put to the side. If I were an employment agency, how would I find “workers” to fill my “self-care” positions? I suppose… Read More

Okay To Say Movement

Posted on June 3, 2016

We are proud to be a partner with Okay To Say, a historic public awareness campaign empowering Texans to speak up about mental health issues. Sign your name. Share your story. Learn more at OkayToSay.org

Therapy Sand

Posted on June 1, 2016

In this video, we explain how therapy sand can help children or adults overcome challenges.

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Managing conflict in your life

Posted on June 1, 2016

Conflicts occur when two or more people perceive that, as a consequence of a disagreement, there is a threat to their needs, interests or concerns. The normal response to an attack is to defend (“you’re wrong”), then to counter attack (“but look at what you did”). Conflict can escalate quickly, because each counterattack has to… Read More

CBS 7 Interview – Rekindling your relationship

Posted on June 1, 2016

Watch CBS7’s interview with Susie Marquez, our clinical director, about rekindling your relationship.
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Respecting one another leads to happiness

Posted on June 1, 2016

As a nation we are currently in the midst of our quadrennial tradition of determining our next president. A disappointing trend that seems to be occurring more often with our honored tradition is a loss of respect that candidates and their supporters publicly have for one another. As such, people are resorting to vulgar and… Read More

How to deal with tough challenges in life

Posted on June 1, 2016

We here at Samaritan Counseling Center are aware of the life challenges many in our community are facing. Recently, there have been a lot of transitions as individuals are experiencing job loss, financial stresses, and are facing uncertainty in their future. Those who are going through these transitional periods may experience anger, anxiety, stress, and… Read More

7 Tips to avoid a stressful summer

Posted on April 6, 2016

You can view the video on CBS7’s website.

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