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Happy Pride Month!

Pride Month occurs every June and is a celebration of those who are a part of the LGBTQ+ community and the allies who support the community daily. The Juniper Center talks about the importance of this month and how much of an impact it can leave not just on the community itself, but for those […]

National Mental Health Awareness Month

May is National Mental Health Awareness Month! This month has become a cornerstone of addressing the challenges faced by millions of Americans living with mental health conditions. It’s normal for people to have difficulties in their everyday lives, and we want to make sure that we are here for you to communicate the importance of […]

Best Tips for Dealing with Stress

Going through the motions of everyday life can become routine, but there are times when it all becomes too much resulting in stress for some. Stress is a natural reaction when someone feels anxious or threatened in a particular situation. The important thing is to be able to recognize when stress is taking control and […]

Time to Spring Forward!

The flowers are beginning to blossom and the days are getting longer, which can only mean one thing: Spring is on the way! To help you adjust to this season after a long, cold winter, we are here to provide some ideas on how to focus on your mental health as we approach Spring! Catch […]

Feel the Love This Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is a day that’s all about showing the ones you love how much you care. Whether that means couples going on a romantic dinner date or families expressing their appreciation for one another with homemade Valentine’s Day cards; sharing the love with the people that you care about the most is what Valentine’s […]

New Year’s Resolutions Effects on Mental Health

  Happy New Year everyone! We are at the beginning of a brand new year that is sure to be full of new opportunities for us to become better versions of ourselves. It’s common for people around the world to set resolutions for the new year. Whether that is spending more time reading books instead […]

Brand New Nonprofit Organization At the Juniper Center!

At the Juniper Center, we are always looking for new ways to help the community in various ways so they can feel like they have a true sense of belonging. Some of the clinicians at the Juniper Center have come together and are here to share news about the new non-profit organization that is now […]

How to Approach Thanksgiving with an Eating Disorder

It’s that time of year again when family members across the country come together and celebrate Thanksgiving, the holiday where we talk to each other about what we are most thankful for and how we are grateful for everything that we have. Even more so, it’s also the holiday where we all come together to […]

Time to Celebrate LGBTQ History Month Together

October is LGBTQ+ History Month, a celebration that is dedicated to learning more about the history of the queer community and the advocates who have fought for its rights. As we take the time this month to learn more about how much things have changed for LGBTQ+ individuals all around the world, we all need […]

Find Relief and a New Path Forward with Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP)

The Juniper Center is always working hard to find ways to improve the world of therapy and help clients in brand-new innovative manners. Many Americans struggle with anxiety and depression and they are frequently seeking help from professionals who can help them deal with the struggles of everyday life. While most individuals find relief through […]

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