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Understanding How Poverty and Trauma Affect Kindergarten Readiness

PsyCare’s Desiree Farragher, MSW, LISW-S and Lori Kelly, MS, LPCC-S were involved in planning a Kindergarten Summit at the Trumbull County Education Service Center September 29, 2017. As members of the Kindergarten Transition Committee, Desiree and Lori coordinated the event entitled “Understanding How Poverty and Trauma Affect Kindergarten Readiness.”

This Kindergarten Summit served as a continuing education conference for helping professionals,¬†and was sponsored by several community partners.…

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PsyCare Therapist Conducts Workshop on Therapeutic Storytelling and Play

Johanna Slivinske, a Clinical Social Worker at the PsyCare Howland Clinic and Adjunct Professor at Youngstown State University, presented “Therapeutic Storytelling and Play With Children and Adolescents: Techniques and Triumphs” at the 2017 Celebrate Kids! Conference in Columbus, September 21, 2017.…

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PsyCare Participates in the 2017 NAMI MV Walk

PsyCare once again proudly participated in the NAMI MV (Mahoning Valley) Walk, held at Wick Park in Youngstown on Saturday, September 16.

We are excited about the tremendous response we received from PsyCare staff members, their families, and friends for this year’s event!…

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Out of the Darkness Youngstown Walk

PsyCare is again proud to be involved in the Out of the Darkness Youngstown Walk! We feel as an organization this is a very important cause:

The number of Ohio lives lost annually due to suicide are 3X the number of homicides in our state It is estimated we lose an Ohio teen every 4 days by suicide

Date: Saturday, September 30, 2017

Location: Mill Creek Park
Wick Recreation Area (near the Par 3 Golf Course and the Sled Riding Hill)
1861 McCollum Rd.…

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