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Parenting ​​


November 2, 2017

4:30 to 7 p.m.

In October, Angela Daugherty, executive director of Family Pride of Northeast Ohio will receive the prestigious Early Career Success Award from the Mandel School at Case Western University Cleveland.

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​We're here to help you with  your family's behavioral health needs.​ Please surf our website to see how we can help you.  


If you agree with our vision and would like to help  please consider one of the

ways you can help us.

Family Pride is holding an open house at our newest location! 

Since 2005, Family Pride has been making a difference for children, youth and families in Northeast Ohio.  Today, we offer a team of highly-qualified therapists and case managers that provide effective, evidence-based behavioral health services to over 700 individuals each year. Read more about our programs. . .

Participants will:

  1. Understand DBT biosocial theory 
  2. Educate about the importance of understanding rational brain, wise brain, and emotional brain in DBT. 
  3. Explain the significance of dialectics and balancing change with acceptance 
  4. Learn and practice DBT skills to enhance emotional regulation and distress tolerance 
  5. Develop understanding of how to utilize DBT with adolescents and with parents to improve daily living

​RSVP Jen Emech 


 ​​To engage children and families with our innovative and professional clinical services in the home and community. 


To become the provider and employer of choice in northeast Ohio.

​Family Pride’s  Cooperative Parenting Program, is an 8-week program to help any couples going through a separation or divorce master positive co-parenting skills.  During the course, participants will learn about the impact their conflict has on their children, common issues that children face during a separation/divorce, and practical skills they will need to resolve conflict in a healthy manner. 

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Come see how we have grown.

2017 Professional Education Series


How Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Skills Can Reduce Emotional Dysregulation and Improve Reactivity Amongst Adolescents and Parents

Presented by:
Christelle Buholzer, PC

Friday, November 3rd, 2017

Geauga County Mental Health Board
13244 Ravenna Road
Chardon, Ohio 44024
Cost: $25

8:30-8:45am               Registration              
8:45-10:30am             Lecture Presentation
10:30-10:45am            Break                          
10:45-12:00pm           Lecture Presentation 

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Join us at 525 Lake Avenue, Ashtabula, OH 44004