Early Intervention
The act of identifying an illness or difficulty before it has fully manifested or grown severe and providing treatment. This strategy has a much higher rate of success than later intervention.
Eating Disorders
Mental illnesses that involve changes to the way a person eats. Various disorders can influence a person to starve themselves or eat to much. These are generally very dangerous to the overall health of a person.
Educational Consultants
Trained individuals that help parents identify the right programs to deal with issues or disorders their children are struggling with.
Electroconvulsive Therapy
A form of treatment that uses electric shocks to attempt to bring about improvement in patients. This treatment has been most successful in cases of severe depression.
Emotional Health
A persons generally emotional state and their ability to maintain that emotional balance.
Emotional Problems
The condition of being unable to regulate thoughts and feelings in a healthy and functional way.
The feelings that a person has in response to both external and internal catalysts.
The ability to feel compassion and understanding for others. Empathy is essential to the formation of emotional connections and long-term relationships.
Employment Programs
A service that seeks to find jobs for those who have been struggling to find employment.
An individuals belief that they deserve a certain level of care and comfort.
Equine Therapy
A form of treatment most often used for children and teens. It emphasizes building empathy and responsibility through controlled interaction with horses.
When an individuals personality is extremely outgoing and social. The opposite of being introverted.