Article Archives: October 2013

Partnership Brings Counseling Services to Two Oceana County Schools

This school year, children, families, and staff at two Oceana county schools will have something they didn’t last year: increased support for counseling services. Through the use of Great Start and Head Start funding, early childhood centers at both Shelby Public School and Hart Public… continue reading Partnership Brings Counseling Services to Two Oceana County Schools

Won’t You Please, Please Help Me?

In 1965, a young shaggy-haired man named John from Liverpool pleaded for support in one of Rolling Stone’s top 500 Greatest Songs of All Time, Help by the Beatles. Yet today “won’t you please, please help me?” isn’t a plea you’ll likely hear from most men today. Most men… continue reading Won’t You Please, Please Help Me?

Children’s Feelings: Navigating Them with Acknowledgement and Choices

When I talk with children about their emotions, it is unanimous that children’s emotions are very similar to adults. They feel their emotions. They’re uncomfortable with sadness, anger, and fear – just like adults. But when they are given permission to move through emotions uniquely, and on… continue reading Children’s Feelings: Navigating Them with Acknowledgement and Choices

How Neurofeedback Can Help with ADHD

Neurofeedback can be used to treat ADHD (as well as depression/anxiety, pain management, epilepsy, PTSD). Although it’s not a cure, clients often no longer need to take medication or are able to significantly reduce medication. September is ADHD Awareness Month and a major part of awareness is… continue reading How Neurofeedback Can Help with ADHD