Horizon Blog

The Benefits of Engaging in Art Therapy

March 18th, 2022

For some, traditional talk-therapy is a great way to discuss and process trauma, anxiety, depression, or other life struggles. For others, talk-therapy can be more of a challenge and can leave individuals feeling defeated if they don’t see improvement in their lives. Many are led to believe that talk-therapy is the only option available to […]

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Is Your Child Suffering From Anxiety?

October 15th, 2016

Every child goes through phases of anxiety—having trouble falling asleep after a scary movie or acting clingy after a death in the family—which is usually temporary and usually harmless. But some children experience ongoing fear, nervousness, and severe shyness that can be classified as an anxiety disorder. How can you tell the difference? Most children […]

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National Suicide Prevention Month

September 23rd, 2016

It’s the brutal truth that when a loved one or friend commits suicide, those left behind struggle with shock, guilt, regret, and sometimes even anger. Why did that friend, child, parent, spouse, or sibling do such a thing? Even when the person leaves a suicide note, it often doesn’t answer everyone’s questions. Dr. Alexander Lickman, […]

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Horizon Continues its Expansion to Improve Access to Innovative Treatments

August 22nd, 2014

Horizon has a longstanding commitment to providing expedited access to the highest quality behavioral health services through employing the most advanced clinical practices delivered with data-driven operational and clinical efficiency. Our challenge, like that of all providers, is to respond expeditiously and effectively to the rapid and immense changes in our system of healthcare delivery. […]

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