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Camp Erin Tulsa: Why does it matter?

Camp Erin Tulsa: Why does it matter?

April 06, 2021 By Joanna Majka, LPC; Amanda Shank, President Emeritus

Camp Erin Tulsa is just around the corner! Camp Erin is Oklahoma’s first overnight grief camp for kids and teens who have experienced the death of a significant person in their life. Camp is provided completely free to campers and their families, ...


The Women Who Built Us

The Women Who Built Us

March 08, 2021 By Carolyn Yoder

This month is International Women’s Month, and I am thinking about all the wonderful, strong women in my life.


New Year's Resolutions

New Year's Resolutions

February 01, 2021 By Carolyn Yoder

If there’s one thing we can all agree on, it is that 2020 was definitely unexpected. Personally, I felt blindsided. I had plans for the year, I had dreams to pursue, and routines that I had worked long and hard to cultivate that made me feel great...


Regulating Your Nervous System

Regulating Your Nervous System

August 06, 2020 By Renae Garza, adapted from Joanna Majka, LPC

Let’s face it: Life is hard sometimes. Daily activities can become stressors that pile up one on top of another until we’re buried until a giant list of “to-do’s” that can become piles “should-have-done’s”


Springtime

Springtime

March 04, 2020 By Emilie Smith, LPC

This time of year we begin to see things change. We see the trees and shrubs that have been sleeping, having drawn their energy into their roots to rest for the winter, beginning to wake up.


Guard Your Heart

Guard Your Heart

February 04, 2020 By Emilie Smith, LPC

February is the month for hearts.


Facing Firsts

Facing Firsts

January 14, 2020 By Emilie Smith, LPC

With the New Year in front of us I am mindful of “Firsts”. Walking the path of grief “firsts” can become roadblocks or potholes on our journey. Being prepared helps. Being aware that “firsts” includes anniversaries of the date your loved one left,...


When You Drop the Ball...Bend Over and Pick it Up

When You Drop the Ball...Bend Over and Pick it Up

September 25, 2019 By Jessica Orvis, LPC

It’s September, nearly the end, and this blog is just now getting published. Someone dropped the ball. That someone is me. Am I the only one that drops the ball, misses deadlines, or can’t manage 100% of what is asked of me? No, no I am not. And b...


Self-Awareness for the New School Year

Self-Awareness for the New School Year

August 12, 2019 By Jessica Feeley, MSW Candidate

I love having a fresh start at something. In fact, New Years is one of my favorite holidays because I get so hopeful and excited for the possibilities of what is to come. A new school year is often a significant marker in the year. There can be a ...