New Perspective Counseling Services (NPCS)

Dedicated, licensed mental health professionals providing the highest level of care for our clients

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11/28/2022

Huge congratulations to our Registered Dietitian, Gaby, for becoming a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist (CEDS)🥳🥳 Gaby has been working tirelessly on this certification for the last two years and her hard work has finally paid off. We are so proud of her!

11/24/2022

Happy Thanksgiving from your friends at New Perspective Counseling Services🦃

Thanksgiving is the perfect day for us to remember what we are thankful for and express gratitude for those who are accompanying us on our journey in life. We want to take the time to remind you that we are thankful and grateful for you today and everyday!

11/15/2022

As we head into a season focused heavily on giving, remember to take care of yourself and your needs as well. You can't pour into the cups of others if yours is empty☕️

11/13/2022

Today is World Kindness Day💚 Take time today to do something kind for someone else AND something kind for yourself!

11/11/2022

To our Veterans, thank you for your selfless sacrifices and your service. Today, we honor and salute you!

10/31/2022

Happy Halloween from the NPCS team👻🎃

10/30/2022

We had a great time attending the DFW Out of the Darkness Walk yesterday😃 Su***de prevention is a cause near and dear to all of our staff and we were happy to support such a great cause as a team!

The Out of the Darkness Walk, presented by the American Foundation for Su***de Prevention (AFSP), raises funds and awareness for su***de prevention programs across the United States. For more information about AFSP and their mission to save lives, visit their website at www.afsp.org

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10/17/2022

New Perspective Counseling Services (NPCS)

Happy Boss' Day to two of our favorite people😎

In addition to seeing their clients, Dr. Deleski and Benjamin serve as NPCS' Executive and Clinical Directors (respectively). They both work so tirelessly to keep our office up and running, we should probably celebrate them more than once a year!

New Perspective Counseling Services (NPCS) NPCS consists of a group of dedicated licensed mental health professionals who have come together to provide the highest level of care for the clients we serve. Each therapist brings her own experience & special training.

Photos from New Perspective Counseling Services (NPCS)'s post 10/13/2022

Our NPCS family is getting just a little bit bigger💝

We had such a wonderful time showering Dr. Stephens and her family with lots of love this last weekend and we can't wait to meet their newest addition in just a few short months!!

Special thanks to our Executive Director, Dr. Deleski, for hosting and to our Practice Manager, Sydney, for planning!

09/30/2022

Yes - we do think this should go viral🙌🏼 Su***de prevention and awareness are too important to only care about one month out of the year. By having open conversations about su***de and mental health year round, we can help save lives!

*If you or a loved one are experiencing a mental health crisis or suicidal thoughts, please call 9-8-8 (The Su***de and Crisis Lifeline), 9-1-1 (for immediate medical attention), or go to your nearest emergency room.*

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09/27/2022

Surrounding yourself and your loved once with protective factors can help lower the risk level for su***de and other self-destructive behaviors.

Protective factors can include:
✅ Access to effective and affordable care for mental health, psychical health, and substance use issues
✅ Proactively seeking mental healthcare and outside support before it becomes a crisis
✅ Strong bonds with supportive family, friends, and other loved ones
✅ Strong problem solving skills, coping skills, and the ability to handle crises when they arise
✅ Restricted access to fi****ms, drugs, alcohol, and other lethal means
✅ Cultural and religious beliefs that discourage su***de and encourage help-seeking behaviors, connection with others, and overall mental wellness

*If you or a loved one are experiencing a mental health crisis or suicidal thoughts, please call 9-8-8 (The Su***de and Crisis Lifeline), 9-1-1 (for immediate medical attention), or go to your nearest emergency room.*

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09/25/2022

What is Psychotherapy?🤔

Psychotherapy (sometimes called “talk therapy”) is a term for a variety of treatment techniques that aim to help a person identify and change troubling emotions, thoughts, and behavior. Psychotherapy can be helpful for people who are experiencing a mental health problem, but it can also be beneficial for people interested in learning new coping strategies or better understanding their own thoughts and experiences.

You don't have to wait until your life becomes so overwhelming that you can't cope to ask for help. The sooner you reach out, the sooner we can help you get the help you need to live a healthier, happier life!

09/23/2022

Suicidal behaviors are a psychiatric emergency. If you or a loved one are exhibiting any of these behaviors, it's time to connect with a licensed mental health professional or call 9-8-8 to reach the Su***de and Crisis Lifeline:

⚠️ Collecting or saving pills OR purchasing a firearm or other weapon
⚠️ Giving away possessions
⚠️ Visiting with friends and family members to say goodbye
⚠️ Tying up loose ends like paying off debts, organizing personal affairs, or closing accounts

*If you or a loved one are experiencing a mental health crisis or suicidal thoughts, please call 9-8-8 (The Su***de and Crisis Lifeline), 9-1-1 (for immediate medical attention), or go to your nearest emergency room.*

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09/21/2022

Recovery can be challenging. Whether you have been in recovery for 1 day or 10 years, you are doing a hard thing and we are so proud of you!

09/19/2022

If you are struggling with suicidal thoughts, you are not alone in your struggles.

According to a report by the CDC, su***de is the 12th leading cause of death in the United States. In 2020, over 45,000 individuals lost their life to su***de and it is estimated that nearly 1,000,000 made a su***de attempt.

If you or a loved one is experiencing suicidal thoughts, it's time to connect with a mental health professional and get help.

*If you or a loved one are experiencing a mental health crisis or suicidal thoughts, please call 9-8-8 (The Su***de and Crisis Lifeline), 9-1-1 (for immediate medical attention), or go to your nearest emergency room.*

09/18/2022

You know how you've been meaning to connect with a therapist near you, but you haven't gotten around to it quite yet? This is your sign to make that connection today✨

NPCS has several therapists accepting new clients for both in-person and Telehealth appointments as soon as tomorrow. We are in-network with several major insurance plans, can assist you with billing out-of-network, and have reduced fee appointment options available, as seeking treatment should never be cost prohibitive.

Contact us today to get scheduled and get ready to experience your best mental health yet!

09/15/2022

Su***de prevention is as simple as checking in on your friends, family, and loved ones if you think they might be struggling. Open and honest conversations about mental health challenges could save a life! Not quite sure how to bring it up? Check out these 4 phrases that can help start the conversation🗣

*If you or a loved one are experiencing a mental health crisis or suicidal thoughts, please call 9-8-8 (The Su***de and Crisis Lifeline), 9-1-1 (for immediate medical attention), or go to your nearest emergency room.*

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09/14/2022

We had a blast celebrating with our friends at Reflections Lifestyle Center yesterday🌺 Reflections just celebrated their one year anniversary and we could not be more proud of all of the hard work they are doing in our community!

09/13/2022

Did you know that the Su***de and Crisis Lifeline has a new phone number? By dialing or texting 9-8-8, individuals can be connected to trained crisis counselors who can help people experiencing suicidal, substance use, and/or mental health crisis, or any other kind of emotional distress. People can also dial 9-8-8 if they are worried about a loved one who may need crisis support.

For more information on 9-8-8 and the services provided by the Su***de and Crisis Lifeline, visit https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/988/faqs

09/10/2022

On this World Su***de Prevention Day, we want to remind you that you are not alone in your struggles. We see you and are here to listen to you. Think you know of someone who is struggling with suicidal thoughts? Reach out and help them seek help from a mental health professional.

*If you or a loved one are experiencing a mental health crisis or suicidal thoughts, please call 9-8-8 (The Su***de and Crisis Lifeline), 9-1-1 (for immediate medical attention), or go to your nearest emergency room.*

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09/06/2022

Knowing the warning signs can help you recognize when someone is at risk of su***de. Changes in one's behavior, mood, or the way they speak can indicate they may be thinking of ending their life.

The list above is non-exhaustive. If someone you know is exhibiting any warning signs, don’t be afraid to ask them directly if they are thinking about su***de and encourage them to speak to a licensed mental health professional.

*If you or a loved one are experiencing a mental health crisis or suicidal thoughts, please call 9-8-8 (The Su***de and Crisis Lifeline), 9-1-1 (for immediate medical attention), or go to your nearest emergency room.*

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09/01/2022

September is Su***de Prevention and Awareness Month. Suicidal thoughts, much like mental health conditions, can affect anyone of any age, race, gender, sexual orientation, or background. Too often, the stigma surrounding mental health and su***de can prevent people from talking openly about their struggles.

New Perspective Counseling Services wants to remind you that if you are struggling, you are not alone. We are here to help you as you go through this difficult time in your life. All this month, we will be sharing resources on su***de awareness, prevention, and navigating a mental health crisis.

For more information on Su***de Prevention and Awareness Month, visit www.nami.org/su***depreventionmonth.

*If you or a loved one are experiencing a mental health crisis or suicidal thoughts, please call 9-8-8 (The Su***de and Crisis Lifeline), 9-1-1 (for immediate medical attention), or go to your nearest emergency room.*

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Photos from New Perspective Counseling Services (NPCS)'s post 08/31/2022

Today is International Overdose Awareness Day - a day to remember those who have overdosed, to provide education on overdose, and to help reduce the stigma of both fatal and non-fatal overdose.

An overdose means taking a quantity of a drug, or combination of drugs, that your body canot cope with. All drugs can cause an overdose, including prescription medication prescribed by a doctor. It is important to know the right amount and the right time to take your medication. It is also vital to know what drugs should not be mixed, and to seek help if you feel you are not in control of your drug use.

Do you know what an overdose looks like? Do you know how to help a friend or loved one who may have overdosed? There are a number of signs and symptoms that show someone has overdosed, and these differ with the type of drug used. Knowing the signs and how to help someone who has overdosed can save their life. Swipe through images to learn more about alcohol, depressant, opioid, psychoactive substance, and stimulant overdoses.

Images provided by the Pennington Institute.

08/24/2022

Congratulations to our very own Dr. Desiree Stephens for her new role as an Adjunct Professor at Texas A&M Commerce🎉 We are so proud of her and know she is going to be the best professor on campus!

08/15/2022

Today is National Relaxation Day! Taking time to relax is important because it helps decrease the effects of stress on the mind and body. Studies show that relaxation can help you think more clearly, get a better night's sleep, and help relieve symptoms of anxiety. Comment below what your relaxation plan is for today✨

08/14/2022

This is your Sunday reminder that you can handle anything that this week throws at you!

08/10/2022

Happy First Day of School🎉 To all of our students, teachers, paraprofessionals, and school support staff - we hope you have a GREAT school year!

Timeline photos 05/31/2022

Today may be the last day of Mental Health Awareness Month, but that doesn't mean we should stop talking about mental health 🤗 With a growing number of Americans struggling everyday, we have to continue to have meaningful conversations about mental health - to break down the stigma of needing help, to advocate for changes in the mental healthcare system, and to help those in our community get the assistance they need!

Timeline photos 05/30/2022

Today, we remember all of the service members who have selflessly given their lives for our country and honor those who are still serving. We can never thank you enough for the sacrifices you have made for us.

Timeline photos 05/19/2022

Today is Mental Health Action Day🥳 Started by MTV last year, Mental Health Action Day encourages and empowers individuals to take the first step towards bettering their mental health and the mental health of those around them. Whether you reach out to a therapist about scheduling a first-time appointment or check in with friends, you are taking a step in the right direction! What will you do today to better your mental health? Drop a comment below!

Timeline photos 05/05/2022

American youth are facing a mental health epidemic. One in six children between the ages of 6 and 17 will experience a mental health issue or condition every year. Now, more than ever, it is important that we acknowledge the struggles of our children and aid them in getting the help that they need!

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Struggling with your mental health? You are not alone🙌🏼 According to the 2022 State of Mental Health Report by Mental Health America, nearly 50 million Americans are living with a mental health condition or illness. If you or a loved one are struggling, we encourage you discuss your mental health with a trusted healthcare professional, qualified mental health professional, licensed therapist, or psychiatrist so they can assist you in finding the right treatment option for you!

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month🧠
With a growing number of Americans experiencing mental health issues, it is our goal to help educate the public on mental health, provide support to those who may be struggling, and help advocate for change within the mental healthcare system! For more information on Mental Health Awareness Month, visit NAMI.org or MHANational.org.

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A huge congratulations to our Clinical Director, Benjamin Brockman, for becoming a Certified Dialectical Behavior Therapy Clinician with the DBT-Linehan Board of Certification (DBT-LBC)🎉🎉🎉 Benjamin is one of 9 providers in the state of Texas to be certified by the DBT-LBC. We are so proud of Benjamin and his dedication to our DBT program! To learn more about DBT and the DBT Program at NPCS, visit the DBT page on our website at https://www.npcs.com/dialectical-behavioral-therapy.

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Happy National Registered Dietitian Day to our fantastic RD, Gabriella Deleski🥳 Gabriella works tirelessly to care for her clients, helping them reclaim their food-mind-body connection and rediscover the joys of eating. Registered Dietitians are an integral part of the healthcare system and we are thankful for all Gabriella does for our practice!

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Happy International Women's Day!! Here at NPCS, we are surrounded by strong, intelligent, and supportive women - women who motivate us and inspire us. We are appreciative of all they do for their clients and our community! Tag a woman who inspires you below✨💫

Timeline photos 02/23/2022

Did you know the National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA) offers a free and confidential online screening tool to assess warning signs and help you determine if it is time to seek professional help? To use the screening tool, visit www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/screening-tool

*Please Note: online screening tools, like this one, are not a professional diagnosis, nor are they intended to replace a clinical evaluation. If your results indicate that you may be experiencing symptoms of an eating disorder, consider sharing your results with a trusted healthcare professional, registered dietitian, or mental health professional.*

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