From the Lincoln Center: De-stressing in Distressing Times

From the Lincoln Center: De-stressing in Distressing Times

This article was originally published on November 3, 2020 by MontcoToday. By Melissa Miller The phrase “unprecedented times” gets thrown around so much that it’s almost cliché now. The world has changed drastically during the past seven months, and as much as...
The Lincoln Center: How to Give Your Brain a Break

The Lincoln Center: How to Give Your Brain a Break

This article was originally published on October 13, 2020 by MontcoToday.  By Rachel Gruen, LCSW, CCTP Do you ever feel like the inside of your brain is one of those amusement park Tilt-A-Whirl rides? You are not alone! We are bombarded daily with a non-stop flow of...
For These Seniors, Finding Hope Is the First Giant Step Toward Healing

For These Seniors, Finding Hope Is the First Giant Step Toward Healing

This article was originally published on September 24, 2020 at MontcoToday. By Linda Bayer I have the pleasure of working for The Lincoln Center for Family and Youth located in Audubon, Pennsylvania. I work as an Elder Victim Mobile Therapist, providing therapy, care,...
Art Therapy: A Catalyst for Healing through Art

Art Therapy: A Catalyst for Healing through Art

As part of our innovative trauma-informed approach to transforming lives and communities through education, coaching and counseling, The Lincoln Center for Family and Youth (TLC) has embraced Art Therapy as an alternative method for helping clients process trauma....

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