Child Abuse Prevention & Awareness Day is the perfect opportunity to take a moment to recognize the importance of doing all we can to reduce child abuse in our state.
Troy, MI (PRWEB) April 16, 2013
Michigan mental health providers at the Birmingham Maple Clinic recently announced that the theme of this year’s Michigan Child Abuse Prevention & Awareness Day on April 16th is “The Power of One”. As reported by the clinic, which provides mental health services for children and their families, this year’s events include a morning rally at the steps of the State Capital and other events throughout the day, which are designed to increase awareness around the prevention of child abuse throughout the community.
“The Power of One”, the theme of this year’s events as sponsored by the Michigan Children’s Trust Fund (CTF), was chosen to “reflect the issues of child abuse, the need for prevention programs and increased social services, and to honor all children and their families in Michigan”, according to the CTF website. Lori Edelson, Birmingham Maple Clinic spokesperson and therapist said, “This year’s Child Abuse Prevention & Awareness Day in Michigan is the perfect opportunity to take a moment to recognize the importance of doing all we can to reduce child abuse in our state and to provide education and mental health resources that can prevent and even stop the cycle of abuse.”
Birmingham Maple Clinic offers mental health counseling and treatment for many mental health conditions and provides personalized care that is managed by an in-house team of mental health experts and a caring staff. The clinic, located in Troy, offers mental health counseling for families, couples and individuals, including children, who have been the victims of abuse.
Birmingham Maple Clinic has been specializing in mental health services in Michigan since 1972, providing services for individuals, couples, families, groups and the community. The clinic provides treatment for a variety of psychological conditions, including child and adult ADHD, anxiety and panic disorders, chronic illness, depression, grief and loss, eating disorders, substance abuse, sexual addiction, post-traumatic stress disorder and marriage, family and relationship counseling. For more information, please visit birminghammaple.com.