CCA Behavioral Health, PLLC

We provide counseling, consulting, and assessment for children, families, and communities.

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Art as a Path to Emotion 02/02/2021

Art as a Path to Emotion


Art as a Path to Emotion Art, one's own or another's, is emotionally and psychologically healing.

Protect Yourself from Emotional Contagion 02/02/2021

Protect Yourself from Emotional Contagion


Protect Yourself from Emotional Contagion Whether it’s joy or anger, we’re wired to catch and spread emotions. But with a little awareness, we can inoculate ourselves against too many negative ones.

Handling Grief 02/02/2021

Handling Grief


Handling Grief Acceptance can help coping with grief and benefits can be gained from it.

Why We Need Diversity 02/01/2021

Why We Need Diversity


Why We Need Diversity Variety in our lives adds physical, financial, and emotional health.

Top 10 Parenting Tips 01/29/2021

Top 10 Parenting Tips


Top 10 Parenting Tips These 10 tools can make life in the family lane a much nicer ride.

What Is COVID Fatigue? 01/29/2021

What Is COVID Fatigue?


What Is COVID Fatigue? Pandemic fatigue is a complex of emotions that includes sadness and boredom.

Who Do You Think You Are? 01/26/2021

Who Do You Think You Are?

Good overview for those interested in learning about themselves and their families...

Who Do You Think You Are? Clues from your family of origin.

What Is DBT? 01/26/2021

What Is DBT?


What Is DBT? Transforming destructive behaviors into positive outcomes.

COVID Tag and Other Games 01/26/2021

COVID Tag and Other Games

Since the pandemic, the need for activities and games for children has become a major issue for families. We have received many concerns from parents regarding the symptoms depression and anxiety due to limited social interactions. This article discusses alternative approaches to socializing during COVID.

COVID Tag and Other Games Children defy disaster with play.

Photos from Office of the Governor Greg Abbott's post 03/30/2020

Photos from Office of the Governor Greg Abbott's post


COVID-19 parenting tips:

1️⃣ Spend One-on-One time with your child

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Parents: Stay flexible with a learning schedule while kids are home during the COVID-19 outbreak. Keep bedtime and morning routines consistent during the week. Structure the day for learning, free time, healthy foods, and physical activity. See more:

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Has COVID-19 put your work life or school life on hold? Use this pause to get prepared for possible community spread. Start with a plan for your home:

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Getting rid of germs like coronavirus takes a one-two punch. Make sure to clean surfaces with soap and water, and then disinfect with a household disinfectant or another recommended product. Remember, do not mix chemicals! See COVID-19 disinfection recommendations:


Dallas mayor issues emergency stay-at-home regulations in response to county’s order
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson on Tuesday issued emergency regulations that would enforce the county’s stay-at-home order in parts of the city that don’t fall under the county’s jurisdiction.

The orders would affect parts of five counties — Collin, Dallas, Denton, Kaufman and Rockwall — that the city encompasses.

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Source: The Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins
See an interactive map of cases across the state of Texas here.


Dallas County adds 14 new coronavirus cases, 5th death; both test sites reach daily limit

‘All workers are essential’: Collin County orders residents to stay home, but businesses can remain open

Texas House Democrats call on Gov. Greg Abbott to issue statewide ‘stay-at-home’ order

'Essential’ workers like plumbers and electricians say they’re counting on you to keep them safe

Texas’ unemployment claims system is being overwhelmed by ‘significant’ surge in layoffs

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott orders hospitals to report number of beds and coronavirus tests to state

Dallas receives more than 800 complaints about large gatherings amid threat of coronavirus

Two more more people test positive for coronavirus at Denton State Supported Living Center

George W. Bush, citing Birx and Fauci, has ‘absolute confidence’ in nation’s coronavirus experts


Dallas parks and libraries are closed and sporting events have been canceled. The cities of Allen, Arlington, Frisco, Irving and Plano have also announced closures. Gov. Greg Abbott has also ordered schools, gyms, restaurant dining areas and bars to temporarily close statewide until April 3. See a list of updated cancellations and closures across the D-FW area here.



The Dallas Morning News has partnered with KXAS-TV (NBC5) to provide answers from top medical experts to readers' questions. You can see a video of the full discussion here.

SARS was another threatening pandemic, but then it went away. How did that happen? Could something similar happen with COVID-19?

"So, SARS and coronavirus are very related. They're very similar, so we have been looking at the SARS experience from 2003. What ended up making the end of SARS happen is that we were able to get in front of the next cases because the incubation period is very long. We were able to find all who had been exposed or had become infected and isolate them, which prevented it from moving forward. COVID-19 is more infectious, so it's harder to get out in front. From what we've seen so far, it's definitely different in terms of how infectious it is." - Dr. John Carlo, CEO of Prism Health North Texas

"And that goes back to the idea of a virus shifting instead of drifting. An abrupt change in the virus's behavior can impact transmissibility, the mortality rate and the like." - Dr. Mark Casanova, president of the Dallas County Medical Society

Do you have general questions about the virus and its origin? Click below for additional answers to key questions about the virus.



As the impact of coronavirus spreads across North Texas, residents are remaining positive, showing ingenuity and creativity during this challenging time. Communities are coming together to help their neighbors, sharing resources, recipes and prayers.

We want to hear your stories of resilience. Have you or someone you know had a positive experience during the pandemic? Are you connecting with friends and family in new ways? Share your story.

Looking for more coverage? Read the latest on how the virus is affecting North Texas and beyond.

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We will continue providing services on telehealth and possibly open in office for those who need services for their children (e.g. internet, online learning, etc). We are an exempt business according to Dallas County and can operate with precautions.

Testing has also increased in Dallas. Hundreds of tests are now being run each day, including at the two new drive-up testing sites at the American Airlines Center and Ellis Davis Field House.




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Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday 12pm - 3pm

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