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“FOOD AND MOOD” WITH VICKI KOBLINER, MS, RDN

Nicholas Strouse discusses the relationship between Food and Mood with WFC Registered Dietitian, Vicki Kobliner. Vicki speaks about ways in which to treat mental health symptoms through nutrition and diet. She emphasizes the functioning of the body as an interconnected system and highlights the way nutrition impacts mental health symptoms and our mood. https://media.blubrry.com/wfc_group_presents_the/westportfamilycounseling.org/Food-and-Mood-With-Vikki-Kobliner.mp3Podcast: Play

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Last Week WFC Co-hosted Film Screening of “The Anonymous People” and Panel Discussion in Westport

Westport Family Counseling Director, Nicholas Strouse speaking on the panel at “The Anonymous People” film screening at Christ & Holy Trinity Church in Westport last Thursday, March 12th. Newport Academy co-hosted the event with Westport Family Counseling and had a large turnout of community members, sparking a dialogue about addiction and recovery issues.    

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What To Expect When Transitioning Into A Blended Family

Making the transition into a blended family is a challenging one, no matter the circumstances. Especially for the children, coming to terms with a new parent entering the picture is not always going to be easy. Understanding what to expect during this transition period, and the best ways to cope with your new family dynamic,

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Next Thursday 3/12 Join WFC and Newport Academy for a Free Screening and Panel Discussion of “The Anonymous People”

  Westport Family Counseling and Newport Academy are proud to present, “The Anonymous People,” a film aimed at encouraging an open dialogue about addiction and recovery. The documentary depicts the road that 23 million Americans travel for long ­term recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs. It showcases the history of recovery, including how

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Good Food, Good Mood

  If you are feeling sad or low, you are not alone.  The Center for Disease Control states that in 2009, one in 10 Americans suffered from depression, while a more recent study by the World Health Organization estimated that almost 20{f1cbbec8c52242e0435b0f8ae193f61eb53614017266a91800a694fa5707c0ea} of Americans have experienced an extended period of depression, and that the US has

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