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Mental Health and Counseling Services in Bentonville and Northwest Arkansas
Mental Health and Counseling Services in Bentonville and Northwest Arkansas

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Addiction to alcohol occurs at a much faster rate in women than in men who abuse alcohol. Women metabolize alcohol different than men and hormone levels in females may also make them more susceptible to alcohol’s effects. #alcoholaddiction #PinnacleCounseling
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Mindfulness is the practice of becoming aware of your entire body, mind, spirit, and the influence of all on your overall presence. #mindfulness #beaware
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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder can occur in many realms and may lead to serious mental health issues. An obsession is an unwanted, intrusive thought. This type of thought may present itself as an idea, image, impulse, urge, or memory that you experience as unwanted and distressing. #OCD #PinnacleCounseling
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If you think you may be depressed, we encourage you to seek depression treatment with one of our compassionate counselors. Please call Pinnacle Counseling today at (479) 282-2443 to schedule an appointment. We are here for you. #PinnacleCounseling #depression
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Our relationship counselors at Pinnacle Counseling start off by establishing an environment that is open, encouraging, and supportive. It is important that both people in the relationship feel comfortable and welcome.
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Courage is exemplified by being able to ask for help when our pride says “you need to handle this alone”. Asking for professional help from a trained therapist/counselor may be the catalyst for a more satisfying life. #courage #PinnacleCounseling
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What is an unworkable pattern? It is helpful for us to examine the cycles and infinite patterns and routines that keep us stuck. We revolve in patterns of thoughts, feelings, and actions. Also, we engage with others in repeated patterns – often unworkable patterns. How do you release or change a pattern that is destructive? How do we evolve?
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What is seasonal affective disorder (SAD)? It is often referred to as the winter blues. It is a type of depression that usually occurs during the fall and winter months as the hours of daylight grow shorter. However, it may occur in the summer months as well. The symptoms are those of depressive episodes, but there is no specific test for the illness.
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We can learn from one another the power of loving with our whole-self.
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Loss is a part of life. Although being thankful and feeling emotional pain do not coexist very often, it can be done.
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