Why You Don’t Need a Crisis To See a Counselor

Mental wellness doesn't require a crisis first. Get the support you need whenever you need it.

​​Counseling is an excellent resource when dealing with situations such as trauma, a death in the family, or a significant depressive period. But counseling can provide much more beyond acute support through a difficult life event. It can serve all of us in many ways, regardless of circumstances. It’s important to know that you don’t … Read more

The Powerful Connection Between Movement and Mental Health

The connection between movement and mental health is incredibly important.

As spring is about to give way to summer, many people want to get outside and move a little more than they may have been. School is wrapping up, schedules are shifting, and vacation days are approaching. If you feel the urge to add more exercise into your days, there’s a reason for it. There … Read more

3 Long-Term Benefits of Acupuncture on Mental Health

Acupuncture offers a lot of mental health benefits.

Mental health treatment has changed drastically in recent generations, thankfully. We have moved past drastic and harmful forms of “care” and now enjoy many modalities that can support optimal mental health. From counseling to massage therapy, there are many choices available. One exciting development has been discovering the long-term benefits of acupuncture for mental well-being. … Read more

Craniosacral Therapy 

Craniosacral Therapy for Wellness ‘Wellness’ is generally considered to be an active process.: Go out and exercise. Plan and cook your meals. Take your vitamins and supplements. Do the work! And, while all of these things can and do make a difference, there are also ways to support your health that require nothing of you … Read more

Group Spotlight: ReWild

ReWild: Adventure Therapy with Dan Oregon is home to scenic coastline, high desert, triumphant mountains, lush forests, joyful waterfalls, magnificent rivers, and more shades of green than one previously thought possible. The state itself is almost half forest (48 percent, according to oregon.gov). Oregon offers a multitude of activities to enjoy the state’s beauty year … Read more

Getting Back to Grounding

Getting Back to Grounding by Mandy Curtis, MSW, QMHP, CADC III I don’t know about you, but it seems like life has been a bit of a whirlwind lately as people are returning to the office and kids are going back to school.  Our communities are still experiencing the difficulties of the pandemic in so … Read more