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July 2021 Newsletter

Click here to see the full Newsletter. Dear Tennyson Community, With the arrival of summer, we are reflecting on a challenging year, particularly for vulnerable kids and families. We are enormously proud of the success, perseverance, and resilience we have witnessed from…

Tara

Tara was ten years old when she first started working with a Tennyson clinician. For the first few years of her life, Tara experienced severe neglect that led her to struggle with physical and verbal aggression. After spending time at…

Megan

From the start of Megan’s time at Tennyson’s Day Treatment program, she struggled with physical and verbal aggression, low motivation and self-esteem, codependency, and high anxiety. It was particularly frustrating for Megan when these maladaptive behaviors got in her way…

Kenzie

When Kenzie, a teenager, started working with her Community Based Services clinician, she was reluctant to participate in her Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), a type of cognitive-behavioral therapy that teaches clients how to live in the moment, develop healthy coping…

April 2021 Newsletter

Click here to see the full Newsletter. For our April newsletter, we are highlighting the importance of prevention and its impact on child and family wellbeing. Because of the isolation experienced during COVID-19, children have been at a greater risk of neglect…

Hall Family

The Hall family started work with our Rewiring program after their 12-year-old daughter had multiple stays in and out of the hospital. She was in her 4th mental health hold of the year for suicidal ideation, and her parents were…

Clarkson Family

Rewiring services can reach children and families that may not otherwise have access to the appropriate type or level of service. We’ve found that some families are not covered to receive in-home support or case management under their insurance provider.…

Leah

Our team recently worked with a ten-year-old girl named Leah who had spent the past year in a local residential program. She was placed in the program after experiencing outbursts that often led to her running away. Recently, Leah was…

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