A Bright Future for Sound Client

After more than a decade living under the weight of fear and violence, Nicole Webber* finally feels hopeful. She finally can think about the big picture. But just a few years ago, she felt frightened, hopeless and didn’t dare consider any sort of future.

Sound at Overlake Mental Health Conference

Sound’s Laura Bruco, BA, clinician with the Transition Support Program presented on the topic: 1st Diagnosis Aftercare: What Happens Next? How to effectively support your loved one after a mental health diagnosis. The conference was a sold-out event at the Overlake Paccar Education Center.

Sound Set to Open New Facility in Kent

As more Sound clients migrate out of the central Puget Sound area, Sound is making moves of its own. In spring of this year, Sound will open its 15th location, in the Kent business district, to ensure that clients who live in the area can more easily access the care they need.

The LEAP Method – Evelyn Bowen-Crawford

Evelyn Bowen-Crawford, LICSW, CDP, MAC

Of those diagnosed with bipolar disorder or schizophrenia, an estimated 40-60 percent also have a condition called anosognosia, a neurological phenomenon where the patient is unaware and/or unable to accept his or her neurological deficit or psychiatric condition. We encounter these clients when they quit taking their medication, claiming that they are not sick. They … Continue Reading »