24-Hour Crisis Hotline: Text: 410-829-6143 Toll-Free: 800-310-7273 | English:410-820-5600 | Spanish: 410-829-6143

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For All Seasons

Therapy. Psychiatry. Advocacy. Education. Outreach.

For All Seasons provides outpatient mental health, psychiatric, education, and rape crisis services to English and Spanish speaking communities regardless of one’s ability to pay. Trauma-certified therapists and psychiatrists provide a variety of treatment approaches and individualized care for children, adolescents, adults, and seniors on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.

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Congrats to For All Seasons, Licensed Practical Nurse / Medical Assistant, Dawn Wilson! Dawn completed her ADT (Alcohol-Drug Trainee) Counselor Certification. 
She is also starting her internship for her Associates Degree in Applied Science /Concentration in Behavioral Health - to be completed December 2021. Dawn, we appreciate your commitment to personal growth and expertise, and your service to others!
#helphopehealing #psychiatrynurse #professionalwomen

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We love Nurse Dawn. So happy for her.

Thank you for all that you do!

We all do things in our daily lives to protect our physical well being - maybe its a heart healthy diet or blue light glasses to safeguard our vision, but what do we do to protect our brain - our mental wellbeing?  Here are five ways to protect your mental health from the National Council For Mental Wellbeing.  1. Express your feelings. Talk to someone you trust about how you are feeling or problems you may be facing. Holding these emotions in can make you feel worse.  2. Set boundaries. It’s ok to say “no” to activities you know you don’t like or no longer want to do. This might include not checking emails at night, not attending gatherings you don’t like, or not answering your phone at certain times of the day.  3. Take care of your physical health. Physical self-care is an important way to manage symptoms of mental health challenges. Eating healthfully, getting enough sleep, and exercising regularly are a few ways you can take care of your physical health.  4. Find a coping mechanism for you. Everyone is on a unique journey with their own challenges and coping mechanisms. Find a healthy activity that helps you cope with daily stress, such as creating art or music, journaling or connecting with loved ones.  5. Ask for help if you need it. It’s ok to ask for help. There are mental health professionals and services available to help you manage your symptoms.
Update: The issue has been identified and resolved.  We can once again receive calls at our main office # 410-822-1018.  Thank you,
Just like our physical health, our mental health needs conditioning as well. 
“You exercise your body, right? Perhaps you train your quads in the gym, push your abs at Barry’s bootcamp - or maybe walking is your thing. However, you choose to train your body’s muscles you undoubtedly do it because it’s good for you and/or it feels good too.
Why then, does training our brain take a back seat even though it’s driving us through life? It turns out that it’s pretty vital to train your brain’s “muscles” just as often (if not more) than you do your body. Don’t worry, there’s still time!
Although your brain isn’t a true “muscle,” its complex cellular structure and grey and white matter do function in a similar way to “training” your body’s muscles.”
To read more about the benefits of training your brain visit https://blog.peak.net/2019/07/19/is-your-brain-a-muscle/#

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Serving Maryland’s Eastern Shore
Easton • Cambridge • Chestertown • Denton • Stevensville • Tilghman 

Our Locations

Main Office: 300 Talbot St. | Easton, MD
8221 Teal Dr., Suite 427, Easton, MD
208 Cedar St. | Cambridge, MD
516 Washington Ave. | Chestertown, MD
114 Market St., Suite 207 | Denton, MD
141 Log Canoe Circle | Stevensville, MD


Direct: 410.822.1018 | fax 410.820.5884

 Poison Control Center 1 (800) 222-1222

24-HR Hotlines

English Hotlines:800.310.7273 or 410.820.5600

Para Español llame o envíe un mensaje
de texto al: 410.829.6143

Text in English & Spanish:  410-829-6143

For All Seasons, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. All contributions are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

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