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The legacy of Dr. and Mrs. Rogers inspires employee essays
Read heart-felt narratives submitted by members of our team in recognition of our 110th anniversary to catch a glimpse of the heritage that continues today.
Rogers- Nashville care team provides OCD education through assessment of radio show host
An email to Nashville radio host Ty Bentli from the Ty, Kelly, and Chuck morning show made him think twice about comments he made.
Living sculpture embodies the hard work behind recovery
At the 2017 iaedp Symposium, two FOCUS Program staff members earned the top prize in the Imagine Me Beyond What You See sculpture competition.
Prolonged Exposure Therapy for PTSD
If you have posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), just thinking about the event that’s changed your life and caused so much pain and anxiety is agonizing, but prolonged exposure can help.
Food fight! Winning the battle to establish healthy eating habits
Quick tips to help your child learn to love new foods from Samantha Hamby, registered dietitian at Rogers Behavioral Health-Nashville.
Understanding self harm
Dr. Peggy Scallon and therapist, Samantha Swenson, discuss the critical topic of self harming. Who is at risk, why do teens self harm, and what can be done to help.
Screen time risks
Dr. Peggy Scallon and therapist, Harshita Desai, about the impact screen time is having our teenagers today.
Importance of validation
Hear an insightful conversation about the importance of validation when parenting teens with depression with therapists, Harshita Desai and Samantha Swenson, and Dr. Peggy Scallon.