Karen Fallen-Rhodes, LMHCA

Karen Fallen-Rhodes, LMHC, had been a counselor at The Center • A Place of HOPE for five years. She oversees the group therapy department and writes curriculum for groups based on the works of Dr. Gregory L. Jantz, founder, as well as other sources. She runs a private practice centered around the ideas of positive psychology and using the arts for healing.

Some Posts from Karen Fallen-Rhodes, LMHCA

Reasons To Consider Inpatient Treatment For Depression

By: Karen Fallen-Rhodes, LMHCA  •  September 3, 2021

Why seek treatment for depression and anxiety? And why would anyone seek in-patient treatment? Let’s take these questions one at a time. Why seek treatment at all? This is easy to answer for severe depression that is keeping you out of work, or completely disabling your ability to deal with...

Interventions for Depression: One Size Doesn’t Fit All

By: Karen Fallen-Rhodes, LMHCA  •  September 3, 2021

I remember my first group breathing exercise. “This will totally relax you,” our instructor promised. “Breathe in deeply….slowly….now hold it. Longer….longer….now breathe out as  S-l-o-o-o-w-l-y as you can….” In my chair, obediently following all the instructions, I was freaking out. Where was the relaxation? I was about to lose my...

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