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Acacia’s Fourth Anniversary Celebration

With its fourth year down, Acacia has a lot to celebrate including Dr. Robbyn Jackson, first staff psychologist and director of the Isla Vista location, taking the Lead Director position for Acacia and the opening of the fifth

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Glory

A poem by KorbyQuan Reed.

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Acacia Westwood Open House

On Friday, December 7th, Acacia Westwood was officially welcomed to the community with an Open House event at our brand new building in Westwood Village. We brought together our staff, providers, therapists from UCLA, providers in the Westwood area, and Acacia

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Learning to Live Vibrantly

I had my first anxiety attack when I was nine years old. I still remember the tears falling down my cheeks as my third-grade teacher tried to calm me down so I could take the state standardized test

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A Stranger’s Depression

Somewhere in a California university, whose blood nearly always runs progressive, I sat in a bioethics lecture dumbfounded. One of my cohorts had just suggested, as an assessment of a case study, that depression overrides a persons’ right

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Acacia Minneapolis Open House

The Minneapolis office of Acacia Counseling and Wellness hosted an open house on September 27th from 5-7pm. It an amazing opportunity for prospective clients and therapists who refer people to Acacia to see the office and participate in

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5 Myths About Mental Health that Need to Go

1. People with mental illnesses are “crazy” If you’ve ever had a conversation with someone about mental illnesses, you’ve probably heard the word “crazy” thrown around like it’s an all-encompassing descriptor for people struggling with their mental health.

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