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Child Guidance Resource Centers
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providing high-quality, community-based, behavioral health services for children, adolescents and families
providing high-quality, community-based, behavioral health services for children, adolescents and families

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It's the first day back at school for many kids today! There's something so exciting about the first day back to school. We are very grateful to each and every donor who gave school supplies for children in our Coatesville office, like the wonderfully colorful backpacks below!

We hope each and every student has a wonderful day today! And those not in school as well :)
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We are thrilled to announce that we have officially opened a new office in Southwest Philadelphia! We'll be offering a variety of services, from outpatient counseling to an After School Program to Family Based therapy and more. We are partnering with KenCrest to address both educational and behavioral health needs for children on the Autism Spectrum and we couldn't be more excited to be there and join the Philadelphia community.

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Some children and even some adults struggle with identifying and safely feeling emotions. Negative emotions specifically can feel overwhelming and even scary. We know how important it is to accept ALL emotions, good and bad! Sometimes we are happy, sometimes we are sad, even so, we are always human! Happy Monday!
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Would you know how to help a friend who is self-injuring? Here are some tips on ways to be supportive to your loved one in this scary and overwhelming situation.

http://www.ulifeline.org/articles/437-how-to-help-a-friend-who-is-self-injuring

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It can be heartbreaking when your child is not welcomed--to a class, a program, a group of children, wherever. This is a wonderful article from the Autism Support Network about one woman's experience being asked to leave a tumble class because her child was diagnosed with Autism. Take a moment to read about the lessons she learned and we hope you have a wonderful Monday!

http://www.autismsupportnetwork.com/news/when-your-child-not-welcomed-autism-2789242

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This weekend we were thrilled to support the Delaware County Suicide Prevention Task Force's annual 5k walk/run in Ridley Creek State Park. What an amazing event! Here are two of our Family First clinicians Angie and Taryn at the race. It was great to see how many people came out to support suicide awareness and support the Task Force's mission.
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Have you heard about the cuts Governor Tom Corbett has proposed? They would be detrimental to so many individuals in need of care. Please go to www.fairfundinginpa.org for more info on quick and easy ways to take action. Your advocacy can save community based social services in PA! Every person's voice makes a difference.

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Bullying takes many forms--and often it happens in ways you can't see easily, especially when it's online. Signe Whitson shares some suggestions of what you can do to address cyber bullying. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/signe-whitson/cyberbullying_b_1462459.html?ref=parents

if you're child is showing signs of being bullied, or is struggling emotionally, give us a call at 484-454-8720. We're here to help.

Hey Google friends! We have some questions for you! Are you a police officer or do you know someone who works in law enforcement? Yes? Wonderful! Have you heard of Multi-Systemic Therapy (MST)? MST is an evidence-based therapeutic program that aims to break the cycle of criminal activity among youth in our communities and teaches parents how to address troublesome behaviors. We know how effective this program is and we are passionate about sharing information with our community—especially police officers. We want you to know what we do, how we do it, and how we can help you! If you or someone you know would like more information contact Julie Bovasso at jbovasso@cgrc.org or 484-454-8700 extension 1446.
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