What About Me? Support Group for Siblings of Children with a Disability

By Cynthia M. Wallace Sibling relationships are a critical component of all family interactions. Siblings typically have a unique bond because they share a home, are often playmates and build a lifetime of memories together. This relationship between siblings can often be impacted significantly by a disability. Children who have a sibling with a disability […]
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Did you make a resolution to take care of yourself?

If you made a new year’s resolution to take better care of yourself, Self-Care Skills for Women may be of interest to you. This eight-week support and educational group will nurture encouragement, understanding, laughter, and healing in a safe and confidential setting. Women attending can hope to build practical coping techniques, tools for maintaining healthy boundaries, […]
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Finding Joy

By Rev. Dr. Ron Barnes In counseling we deal with sorrow more often the joy. However, the goal is to enable clients to experience inner joy even amidst their sorrow.  Joy is deeper than happiness. It carries lasting meaning and purpose. Nouwen says this so articulately in his devotional, Bread for the Journey: “Joy and […]
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