Trauma Therapy

Posted by on Jun 9, 2015 in Coping | No Comments

Going into the counseling field, I never imagined the passion I would come to have for adult trauma survivors. I jumped in headfirst during my internships during graduate school and have had created opportunities over the years to continue working with clients who have experienced trauma ever since. I continue to be amazed by my […]

You’re Stepping on My Toes

Posted by on Jun 9, 2015 in Marriage | No Comments

My wife has tender toes. I’m not speaking figuratively. They literally are. She’s had botched pedicures, ingrown toenails and even an unfortunate incident involving our daughter’s baseball cleat. Simply put, she’s got sensitive little piggies. And sometimes I step on them. I don’t mean to do it. But some evenings when we’re working in the […]

Walking Through Grief

Posted by on Jun 2, 2015 in Coping | No Comments

Feeling heard and understood during challenging times in life is like a positive bug zapper. We are drawn to those who “get us” in the realest, most genuine ways. At times in life, those people who “get us” may not feel equipped for what we’re going through or perhaps those people may just be few […]

Suicidal Thoughts

Posted by on May 23, 2015 in Suicidal Thoughts | No Comments

If you are suicidal, this is not an appropriate place to acquire help.  Please stop what you are doing and call 911 immediately. If you know of someone who is having suicidal thoughts, they need help immediately and should pick up the phone and call:1-800-784-2433 from anywhere in the U.S; or call 911 and ask for […]

Cyber Safety Nov. 20st & Nov. 22nd

Posted by on Nov 5, 2013 in Parenting, Youth | No Comments

Ben Storie will be presenting Cyber Safety: Protecting Your Child in the Cyber World on Wednesday, November 20th at Grace Community Church beginning at 7pm. There is no cost to attend this presentation but they do ask that due to the content and subject matter that will be presented and discussed that minors do not attended. […]