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Silent Wounds of War Event Educates About Traumatic Brain Injury and Post-Traumatic Stress
At the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center on Thursday, August 30 active military, veterans, physicians, researchers, business officials and citizens joined together to draw more attention to traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress (PTS). The theater at the Freedom Center was silent as the shocking statistics of the toll these injuries are taking on the population were revealed.
One Mind for Research
The Silent Wounds of War
Invisible but devastating, traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress leave a tragic mark on our soldiers, our veterans, and members of our community.
Lindner Center of HOPE Addiction Services Coordinator Participates in Panel Series
Chris Tuell, EdD, LPCC-S, LICDC, Lindner Center of HOPE Coordinator of Addiction Services, participated in the 2012 Addiction Professional Panel Series on Gambling Addiction and Related Co-Morbidities in Cleveland on Thursday, August 9. Approximately 50 guests were in attendance.
Lindner Center of HOPE Celebrates 4th Anniversary at Embers Restaurant
Over 250 people celebrated Lindner Center of HOPE’s 4th Anniversary party at Embers Restaurant on Sunday, August 12th.
Lindner Center of HOPE 4th Anniversary Party featured in iSPYCINCY.
Lindner Center of HOPE Psychiatrist Recognized for Service Excellence
Dr. Palumbo Awarded Research Grant by Healthnetwork Foundation
July 11, 2012 - Mason, OH - Todd N. Palumbo, MD, MBA, Medical Director of Sibcy House at Lindner Center of HOPE, is one of 10 winners of the 2012 Healthnetwork Foundation Service Excellence Awards.
Lindner Center of HOPE to Celebrate Fourth Anniversary at Annual Embers Party
Mason, OH – June 15, 2012 – Since Lindner Center of HOPE, 4075 Old Western Row Road, Mason, Ohio, opened in 2008 it has made a positive impact on mental health care in Greater Cincinnati.
Electroconvulsive Therapy Effective, but Often Misunderstood
Results now available for 9-county Community Health Needs Assessment
Community forums scheduled for June
CINCINNATI, OHIO, May 31, 2012 - Community forums have been scheduled to share the results of the A.I.M. for Better Health Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) for Greater Cincinnati.
Lindner Center of HOPE Announces New Director of Sibcy House Unit
Hargus brings more than 25 years experience in healthcare administration
June 4, 2012 - Mason, OH - The Frances and Craig Lindner Center of HOPE is pleased to announce the hiring of Rogher Hargus, BSW, MSSA, as Program Director of the Center’s Sibcy House Unit, which offers a nationally recognized comprehensive diagnostic assessment and short term-residential treatment on a private-pay basis.
Lindner Center of Hope gaining ground
Business Courier Article Highlights Lindner Center of HOPE’s Growth and Progress Over the Last Four Years. Click here to read article.
TMS Treatment at Lindner Center of HOPE Featured on Fox 19 Morning Show
On May 22, 2012 WXIX Fox 19’s Morning Xtra featured Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) at Lindner Center of HOPE. Dr. John Hawkins, Chief of Psychiatry and Medical Director of Brain Imaging Center, was interviewed to share the details of this newer yet effective treatment for major depression.
May Is Mental Health Awareness Month
While the month of May can be recognized for spring flowers and showers, it serves another important purpose: May is Mental Health Awareness Month.
Lindner Center of HOPE Anxiety Expert Brings Clinical Perspective To Anxiety in Major League Baseball
Players more willing to seek help for anxiety
Lindner Center of HOPE to Offer Adult Partial Hospitalization Program Starting May 7
Program will work to keep patients out of the hospital, while providing intensive mental health treatment in a safe setting
When an adult’s daily functioning is impaired by mental illness, yet criteria is not met for hospitalization, the Adult Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) provides intensive treatment in a safe and therapeutic environment, without full hospitalization. Partial hospitalization helps patients progress to the point where standard outpatient appointments can be effective. This program is also used as a step-down program from hospitalization, with the intent of gradually easing an adult back into their home environment.