Welcome to Therapy House

Welcome to the Therapy House! Established in 2003 by Andrew Patch and Paul Rohling, Therapy House is a serene, comfortable environment in which to grow and heal. Our experienced staff are dedicated to providing outstanding and compassionate mental health care in a peaceful, home-like setting. Andy, Paul, Mary and Liz look forward to meeting you, and to sharing with you our vision of what a mental health clinic should be. Please explore and enjoy our site, and if you choose, contact us so that we can show you more!

 
 

Archived Posts
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Holiday Coping with ADHD Children
In reality, holidays and vacations, when schools are closed and the children have lots of free time at home, is extremely difficult for those parents with children who have ADHD. Rather than feeling "jolly," these parents feel anticipatory dread at the thought of their children being out of control... More...


Managing Holiday Stress
Don't let the holidays become something you dread. Instead, take steps to prevent the stress and depression that can descend during the holidays. With a little planning and some positive thinking, you may find that you enjoy the holidays this year more than you thought you could. More...


Grieving : An Existential Journey
In thinking about this subject I find that many experiences are forever changed by the pressence of grief and loss. Grief is a powerful emotion that we all face over the course of our lives. In the context of the troubled times that we live in, people are facing many losses. More...


SAD - Seasonal Affective Disorder
Its that time of year again people! Hibernation is in the air and while many of you look forward to the shorter days and the impending winter, many of us react less favorably to Jack Frost's nip in the air. In fact many slip in into a more depressive state.... More...


Executive Function... "What is this anyway?"
Practically speaking, executive function deficits may cause problems for students with ADD or ADHD in several important areas: getting started and finishing work, remembering homework, memorizing facts, writing essays or reports, working math problems, being on time... More...