Care for providers … by providers

You spend your day helping others overcome challenges to live happier and more meaningful lives. It’s difficult work, and it can be emotionally and physically exhausting, but it’s satisfying. It’s good to know people who need help have you to turn to. But who do you...

Investing in mental health is good for your business

Company leaders typically agonize before making key investments in their businesses. Maybe it’s making a case for a new piece of technology, moving into a new market, or adding a few thousand square feet to a facility. Most of the time, the investments pay off...

Unlocking the power of your people

We’ve heard it for years, and if anyone hadn’t been listening, the Great Resignation made it abundantly clear: people are a company’s most important asset. Right now, though, that asset is in a delicate spot. As people recover from the many stresses of the pandemic,...

Mental health and the church: can’t we pray it away?

Prayer and faith are powerful and effective, and anyone who has devoted time to ministry can share stories of miracles large and small. As pastors and lay leaders, we encourage the congregation to turn to prayer at dark moments and trust in God for strength during...
What kind of counselor do you need?

What kind of counselor do you need?

Today, there are more kinds of counselors and therapists than ever. If you’re seeking someone to help you understand and work through life’s challenges, it can be hard to know which way to turn. You’ll find psychologists, psychiatrists, therapists, life coaches,...