Rachel Ernst

People who grew up lacking or currently lack fundamental mental health care can find inspiration from people like Behavioral Health Counselor Corrinna Markland-Pickel, who truly care about helping those in need. We were able to ask Corrinna a few questions about her experiences she shared in the Circles of Life article recently featured in the Canton Chamber Courier.

Rachel Ernst
Addiction or substance use disorder is a complex condition and can lead to harmful physical, social, or emotional consequences. Here are some signs you or a loved one may be struggling with one.
Rachel Ernst
As the need for healthcare increases, we find new ways to make health care more convenient for patients. Through Telehealth, access to health care increases, saving patients time and money for the same counseling solutions.
Diane Farrell, LCSW

Returning to life as the COVID-19 restrictions loosen may be much harder than anyone had expected.   The experts refer to this as a “new normal” but it is not clear what this may mean for all of us emotionally. 

Diane Farrell, LCSW
May has been designated as “Mental Health Awareness Month." Now, more than ever we are seeing the connection between our physical health and mental health. As we enter the third month of a pandemic, we learn many things about the symptoms that can impact both.