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#ADHDAwarenessMonth

#ADHDAwarenessMonth

#ADHDAwarenessMonth Wholehearted Counseling wants to encourage the surrounding community to get curious about mental health. Join us in learning more throughout October about #ADHDAwarenessMonth. What is ADHD? Attention-deficit/hyperactivity...

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Independence and Freedom: #Happy4thofJuly

Independence and Freedom: #Happy4thofJuly

#Happy4thofJuly #HappyIndependenceDay Independence and freedom are words we hear every year today. I often wonder do most people even know what it means anymore. Wholehearted Counseling took a minute to reflect on what it means. On July 4th, 1776,...

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#EndTheStigma

#EndTheStigma

#EndTheStigma As a veteran and Mental health provider, I am personally committed to #endthestigma of mental health for veterans and service members. The number 22 is unacceptable and needs to be reduced and ultimately done away with. What is 22 you...

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#MentalHealthAwarenessMonth2021

#MentalHealthAwarenessMonth2021

#MentalHealthAwarenessMonth2021 Join us here at Wholehearted Counseling during #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth2021 to increase awareness and fight the stigma. The field of Mental Health practice, research and treatment face stigma everyday. The...

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#National Alcohol Awareness Month

#National Alcohol Awareness Month

#National Alcohol Awareness Month National Alcohol Awareness Month was first launched in 1999 by the National Institutes Of Health (NIH). The aim of this event is to increase public awareness that alcohol abuse and alcoholism. Alcohol abuse can...

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#World Autism Awareness Day

#World Autism Awareness Day

Join us here at Wholehearted Counseling in recognizing - #World Autism Awareness Day What is Autism? Autism is a serious developmental disorder that impacts and/or impairs a person's ability to communicate. The range and severity of symptoms varies...

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#Women’s History Month

#Women’s History Month

In honor of #Women's History Month, Wholehearted Counseling wanted to share the story of Helen Hunt Jackson. Emily Dickson once wrote to William S. Jackson, 1885--  Helen of Troy will die, but Helen of Colorado, never. Helen Hunt Jackson was an...

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Fueling the Mind & Body

Fueling the Mind & Body

Believe it or not, mental health and physical health are intertwined. How we treat one affects how the other one performs and vice versa. If we fuel the mind, we fuel the body.  For some people these entwined connections can become a vicious...

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Our Voice

Compassion as a Starting Point

Compassion as a Starting Point

The Starting Point... In 1957, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. told an audience in Montgomery, Alabama, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others?” I propose that the “doing for others” we need most for everyone in our homes, our...

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Never Forgotten

Never Forgotten

Today my news feeds, notifications, social media forums are all reflecting that on this day 18 years ago, terrorists hijacked two planes and brought the Twin Towers down and attacked the Pentagon. I don't think I will ever forget where I was when I learned the news. I...

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Friday Thoughts

Friday Thoughts

I choose to see a person, as a whole person. Whatever comes with them or that belief. Human beings are not perfect, therefore we don't make perfect decisions. We don't have perfect thoughts and our feelings aren't perfect. This means we are fallible and capable of...

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Holiday Challenge

Holiday Challenge

Happy Holidays! I wanted to take a moment to share a bit about what I am currently seeing and hearing in our community. I grew up in the northeast and I have had amazing opportunities to share in our country's history and stand in the place where our founding fathers...

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“We create thoughts, feelings and beliefs” — John Holland