Talking to Teens About Dangers of Drugs, KNBC

Megan Ledet, LCSW, Vice President of Adolescent Services at Lightfully Behavioral Health, discusses the dangers of teen substance use, how to talk to your teens about the dangers of experimenting with drugs, and how parents can get help for their […]

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Gym Anxiety Is Real. TikTok’s ‘Shy Girl Workouts’ Can Help.

The fear of being judged when you walk into a gym is real, from worrying about how you look to physical conditions that may impede your workout to your workout form. Many of us experience gym anxiety. You can take […]

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Adolescent Behavioral Services Uses Unique PBT Model

In a recent article, Lightfully Behavioral Health sat down with The Behavioral Health Hour to discuss their unique Process Based Therapy or PBT model and its use in adolescents. Process Based Therapy focuses less on the adolescent as well as […]

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10 Minutes? 20 Seconds? Doesn’t Matter. ‘Micro-breaks’ from Work Are Healthy

Feeling like you need a break from work? A micro-break may be just what the doctor orders. Micro-breaks range from around 30 seconds to 10 minutes. They’re helpful for clearing your mind and improving your mental health without being too […]

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13 Strategies to Address Mental Health in the Workplace

Lightfully Behavioral Healths Erica Strope, SPHR, Senior Vice President of People Operations at Lightfully was asked to contribute to an SHRM article about strategies to address mental health in the workplace. To read the article click here. The article surveyed […]

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California late start law: Experts, parents weigh pros and cons of late school start time

Lightfully Behavioral Healths Stephanie G. Thompson, DSW, LCSW, director of clinical operations, spoke with ABC7 about later start time for schools and how this change will result in better sleep and overall mental health for students. In addition, students who […]

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Announcing: Our Second Adolescent Treatment Center is Opening!

The adolescent mental health crisis is real—and it’s time to take action.  For Lightfully, that means expanding access to care for at-risk teens, with new treatment centers that extend our innovative, evidence-based clinical model to the clients most in need. […]

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How to Tell if You’re a Victim of Gaslighting

Gaslighting is a form of psychological manipulation that involves making someone doubt their own memories or perception of reality. This can be done by denying facts that the other person knows to be true, accusing them of being confused or […]

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Missing The Body You Used To Have? You May Be Experiencing ‘Body Grief’

If you are missing the body you once had, you aren’t alone. In a HuffPost article, Bri Campos of Body Image With Bri, defines body grief as “the distress caused by the perceived losses that come when you stop attempting […]

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