Sometimes it feels we’re living in a different world but that is exactly what our school children are doing living in their world so no wonder they are confused by the pandemic. So said Daniel Champer a clinical director at Intermountain Children’s Home in Helena.
Helena Clinician Provides Mental Health Advice For Montanans
With COVID-19 continuing although at a reduced level to impact Montanans along with supply chain problems and just plain strange weather this year, a person needs to be able to cope with changes on a regular basis. “How?” is the question. There’s a word for that and Daniel Champer a clinical director at the Intermountain Children’s...
Helena Clinician Addresses Pandemic Effects On Perception
If you’re having trouble connecting to what you consider reality due to the ongoing pandemic trauma induced changing perceived reality you’re not alone. Daniel Champer is a clinical director at Intermountain Children’s Home in Helena who explained the nature of these little traumas we’re experiencing recently on Voices of Montana.
Helena Mental Health Service Addressing Pandemic-Induced Trauma
The pandemic has created trauma for young people and adults to various degrees. Tuesday, on Voices of Montana, Daniel Champer, a clinical director at Intermountain Children’s Home in Helena, was a guest. He gave a prescription on how working together there can be a good outcome from our shared experiences. https://northernbroadcasting.com/wp...