Your Presence Is Our Present: Thank You!

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Today, We are focusing on gratitude, with an eye to the most amazing gift ever, Jesus. The presence of relationships, within our community, with our referral sources, with our Creator, and with our clients presents us with opportunities to give strength, hope, counsel and education. Our partners, those who refer to us, those who come […]

DWI Education Class

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WHO Should Go To DWI Education? Al Wade, LPC trained in DWI Education, leads a comprehensive 12-hour program for people who want to: Increase your knowledge about alcohol and drugs and how they relate to driving skills. Identify you own individual drinking/drug use and driving patterns. Assist you in developing plans which will reduce the […]

Food and Boundaries (Part 2)

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In part one of this two-part blog series on Food and Boundaries, I covered the issues surrounding thinking dichotomously about our food choices and the social tendency to morally label food as either “good” or “bad”. My encouragement was to focus on the true purpose of food while embracing the grey areas of our food […]

Technology: The Good, The Bad And The Boundary

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The Good Technology is a wonderful way to engage young minds and supplement learning.  Games, shows, and videos are stimulating and captivating!  YouTube has taught my family how to fix a myriad of household troubles as well as entertained our family with silly videos and shows. Visual learning is a primary form of intaking and […]

Screen Time: What We Know And What To Do About It

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Sometimes as a professional, I get to attend a training that change my thoughts on parenting. I had one such shift last Friday, listening to Dr. Lisa Elliot speak at the WATCH Wellness Workshop. She was presenting on social media and video games and their effect on our brains. Like all of us, I knew […]