Hope by Michael Stout

Americans look at their country with eyes filled with anger, betrayal, sadness, injustice, mourning, and perhaps most potent of all, hatred. The political field is ladened with poison that seeps into countless homes, dividing family and friends alike. The COVID-19 pandemic has infected the Nation with fear, isolation, death, and the deterioration of well-being. The…

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Narrative Therapy By David Swirnoff

In narrative therapy, the belief is that people are the experts in their own lives and problems are separate from people. As narrative therapists like to say: “The problem is the problem.” The word ‘narrative’ means that the emphasis in narrative therapy is upon the stories of people’s lives and the differences that can be…

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The Therapeutic Assessment By Dr. Hill

When a client comes to Parker Collins, they enter a clinic that has been organized as a trauma designed, multicultural, feminist, professional, whole family supportive, and clinically focused treatment program. We practice a respectful and empowering approach and use assessment and treatment methodologies that have been proven to be effective. These guiding principles include engaging…

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An integrated Family Approach to Therapy by Dr. Hill

Parker Collins Family Mental Health is a small and growing group of diverse therapists. We have men and women from different cultural backgrounds and we come with diverse types of training including psychologist, social worker, and marriage and family trained clinicians. A few of our specialty areas include working with kids and teens, patients with…

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