Entries by Shifra

Eastside Center for Family Complaint Process

Please bear in mind that a complaint is a very serious action and should be done so when you believe professional misconduct has taken place. It is important that we resolve difficulties together should a problem arise. Part of therapy/treatment is learning new methods to communicate effectively. Before making your decision to report a health […]

Notice of Information Practices and Privacy Statement for Eastside Center for Family

This notice discloses how we may use and disclose protected health information.  Eastside Center for Family is required by the Washington State Department of Health to maintain the privacy of your protected health information.   The Privacy Rule standard requires covered entities to ensure all protected health information (PHI), individually identifiable health information (IIHI), whether stored […]

NAMI Statement One Year After the Murder of George Floyd

May 25, 2021 – NAMI Statement Arlington, VA — The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) today released the following statement from CEO Daniel H. Gillison Jr.:   “For many of us, today elicits complicated emotions.   “We are encouraged by the tens of thousands across the country who expressed solidarity with the Black community […]

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Substance Abuse — A Mindful Approach to Rehab 

Coming to terms with substance abuse is hard.  Having the courage and strength to ask for help is an empowering step to take on behalf of yourself. We offer a life-affirming alternative from the typical treatment approach with an individualized approach specific to what you and maybe even what your family needs.  You will leave […]

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When a loved one has coronavirus: self-care during Covid-19

The last year has been uncertain for all of us. The global pandemic has brought financial worries, a decrease in mental health, and many more day-to-day stresses. One aspect of the coronavirus that has been especially difficult to cope with is when someone that we love contracts the illness. With varying degrees of severity, we […]

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