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Racialized Trauma and Healing By Soo Moon, MA LMFT

By Parker Collins Family Health / June 18, 2021 /

This article is intended for folks who are wanting to know how they might be able to unpack historical, collective, and personal trauma that stems from racism. This article is…

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Hope by Michael Stout

By Parker Collins Family Health / June 17, 2021 /

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…

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Narrative Therapy By David Swirnoff

By Parker Collins Family Health / April 30, 2020 /

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…

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The Therapeutic Assessment By Dr. Hill

By Parker Collins Family Health / January 23, 2020 /

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.…

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An integrated Family Approach to Therapy by Dr. Hill

By Parker Collins Family Health / September 27, 2017 /

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…

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Use of Clinical Hypnosis in Counseling by Soo Moon, MA LMFT

By Parker Collins Family Health / September 17, 2017 /

Therapists use a variety of tools in session with clients to help them achieve their goals. One of these tools is Clinical Hypnosis. Research has shown that Clinical Hypnosis can…

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