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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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Burnout -Episode 2

Burnout -Episode 2

Finding Steady Ground So, there you are, recognizing burnout and getting out of a toxic situation. You start working on yourself and figuring out what caused you to get into (and/or stay in) the toxic situation in the first place. You’re healing from burnout. You feel...

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Mastering Communication Skills

Mastering Communication Skills

As therapists, we use metaphors to assist clients in understanding topics or ideas. For example, “cooking without a recipe,” can refer to the process and set of skills that come when someone learns to the point that they don’t need to use a “recipe” anymore. When...

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