Did you know that Sussex Healthcare goes beyond just helping seniors and the disabled? They are dedicated to helping anyone who suffers from a disability of any kind.

Shariz Boghani and Shafik Sachedina came up with this idea when they opened their first facility which has now turned into 20 different buildings. People with learning disabilities now have a place to go and get the help they need.

Did you know that Sussex offered a facility for children with autism and other issues. Treehouse Educare is design for children seven to 19 years of age that are suffering from any mental disorder. With several locations, there is more than enough room to accommodate all of them. There is the Farmhouse, Clockhouse, and Cottages. All of them are located on a 100 acres of land. Children living in theses quarters will recieve their education from New Barn School which offers a 52 week curriculum. That means that they are in school most of the year. Also, the children have a structured wake up schedule. This is good. Most children with learning disabilities need a structured routine in order to get through their day. Sussex Healthcare recognizes that and goes out of their way to make sure the children are safe and are getting what they need.

If you know someone with profound and multiple learning disability, Sussex Healthcare can handle that too. The care given is centered around the person. Every specialist facility that needs to be utilized within the network to help the patient is used. The Profound Education Team works diligently to help anyone suffering from PMLD to find a good college to get into and provides exucational outreach programs. These patients get to learn how to do their own shopping and how to deal with problems that keep them from enjoying their lives. Of course, the goal is for them to function on their own.

If you know someone who could benefit from what Sussex Healthcare offers, you should get them to the facility. They need the help. Sussex Healthcare is always there to lend a helping hand.

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Alicia Winkle, a seasoned Talkspace therapist, believes that it is impossible for a client to get value out of their therapy if the therapist does not provide a safe and affirming space. She deeply admires Carl Rogers, who inspired her views on active listening and providing a space where the client can feel free to express themselves without fear of judgment. After severe anxiety affected her schooling and career, Alicia resolved to get her Masters degree in Community Counseling in order to treat others with the same problems.

It’s important to have a therapist who truly experienced mental illness for themselves. There is a serious stigma surrounding depression, anxiety, and other mood disorders. Both in society and on the media, people with depression are seen as incapable of being functional human beings capable of stable employment or successful relationships. Depression can be seen as a weakness instead of a mental illness that should be treated like any other kind of malady. This stigma can be life-threatening, as it can stop people from seeking the help they need.

Talkspace is a good alternative for people who are priced out of traditional therapy. The cost of Talkspace is just $25 a week as opposed to upwards of $50 per weekly session for in-person treatment. It also offers things that traditional therapy cannot such as 24-hour access to a virtual room where you can express thoughts via text, voice recording, or a video to a licensed medical professional.

The clinician, chosen for patients after they complete intake forms and requesting that certain things be taken into consideration, is credentialed in the patient’s state and is often has private practice clients along with their Talkspace client load. Talkspace provide therapy to couples as well as individuals.