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March 18, 2020

Appreciate the Pause

By Sarah Brinkley When DVR first came out in the late 1990’s, my favorite feature was the PAUSE function. I loved that I could pause my […]
March 11, 2020

Calm Amidst the Coronavirus Chaos

By Jodie Martens If you have been anywhere near a TV, radio, or smartphone lately you have most likely heard of COVID-19 or Coronavirus. It is […]
January 10, 2020

Life Worth Living

By Drew Dyrssen I’m going to ask you to do something—something that I do with every single client that walks through my door. Don’t worry; it’s […]
August 1, 2019

Up in smoke: the teen tobacco epidemic

By Travis Mord Tobacco use by teenagers has become an increasing concern in recent years. Innovations in the tobacco industry have evolved to target teens for […]
May 31, 2019

Understanding & Treating Childhood Trauma

By Zacharias Laughlin It is likely that each one of us will experience traumatic events at some point in our lives, though we may never attribute […]
May 8, 2019

How therapy this summer can set your child up for success this coming school year

By Katelyn Bolte, LPCC As the temperatures slowly rise in the Midwest and the school year draws to an end, children and parents alike are anticipating […]
February 27, 2019

The Fortnite Struggle

By Dr. Joshua Mears One of the most common concerns that I hear in the counseling office when meeting with teens and their parents is the […]
February 21, 2019

Practicing Patience

By Kent Robinson Where did January go? With February here, many of us have already abandoned our New Year’s resolutions by now. Ever wonder why? How […]
February 5, 2019

How to REALLY Listen to Your Children

By Laura Reinke Parenting is tough. And no matter how many books you read, or parenting workshops you attend, you’re going to make mistakes. We are […]
December 23, 2018

Managing Christmas Expectations

By Kent Robinson It’s Christmas time! It’s a time to gather with family and friends to celebrate the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ! It’s a […]
December 13, 2018

I’d Like to Try Counseling, but…

Have you ever felt like you could benefit from going to counseling but are afraid to take that first step? Are you worried about what people […]
December 12, 2018

Family Peace at the Holidays

By Sheryl Cowling I bet you’ve seen it before. It is the iconic painting by Norman Rockwell known as I’ll Be Home for Christmas (also known […]
December 12, 2018

Help at Home for the Holidays

Signs That Mom or Dad May Need Home Care—What to Look for During Your Holiday Visit Sometimes “Home for the Holidays” may be more than what you were […]
December 10, 2018

What’s Your Digital Resolution?

By Laura Reinke With New Year’s around the corner, most of the country is resolving to lose weight, exercise more, quit smoking, quit drinking, or finally […]
December 7, 2018

Spiritual, Emotional, and Physical Preparation for a Healthy Christmas Season

By Stacie Nagorski The holidays: Many of us look forward to this time of year with hearts of excitement as we anticipate time spent with loved […]
October 30, 2018

Dementia Basics—Part 2

By Ken Schmidt This time we will focus on more tips for caring for and communicating with persons with dementia, and tips for caring for yourself […]
October 29, 2018

Caring for the Caregiver

by Alexis Adams, MS, LPC This blog is adapted with permission from an article written by Alexis Adams for the WELS Nurses Association.   From finishing […]
September 6, 2018

School Survival Guide for Students

By Julie Educate Now that Labor Day has come and gone, most students are back to school or will start soon. Let’s talk about some school […]