Entries by Cristina Panaccione

To Our CPA Family,

As our priority has always been the safety and wellbeing of our clients, we are officially closing our office, Monday, March 23, 2020 until further notice. We have made this decision with heavy hearts as we feel this is the socially responsible response to the Covid-19 outbreak as a means to protect each other during […]

Policy on Contagious Illnesses

Here at CP&A, we strive to provide a safe environment for all. We ask that everyone be aware that many clinicians and patients at this practice may have a compromised immune system, are elderly, pregnant or with young children. We respectfully ask that if you or someone you have contact with shows signs of a […]

Your Therapist Really Does Care

When you go through hard times, it can really put things into perspective. At CPA, we’re going through one of those times right now. We recently lost one of our clients unexpectedly, which has caused much grief and conversation among our practitioners. One of those conversations has been about the concept of wondering whether or […]

Meet Our Newest Counselor!

We have exciting news! Cristina Panaccione and Associates, Counseling, has been rapidly growing over the past few months. So much in fact that we are diving headfirst into a new expansion plan. Our goal is to always provide the very best care and counsel to our clients as possible. With that said, we are so […]

Other Postpartum Symptoms

For the last two weeks, we’ve been discussing the postpartum disorders that arise once your baby is born. As much as we’d like to say that these issues don’t happen, these cases are becoming more and more prominent. Fortunately, women are becoming braver and braver in sharing their stories and reaching out for help. Two […]

The Anxious Mother

Motherhood is an indescribable experience. You aren’t able to understand it until you become a mother. And while it has its incredible ups, motherhood also has its downs. New mothers especially are in for a whirlwind, as there are many mental illnesses that thrive once a baby is born. Last week we opened up a […]