Anxious Times

by Corinne Gnepf, LCMHCA, NCC
Undoubtedly, these recent months have not gone by without leaving marks on you. It is likely that at one point or another you have felt anxious, distressed, upset or depressed because of how Covid-19 has impacted you.

Women –Thriving, Not Just Surviving the Realities of Life on the Field

Rebecca Leverington, LMFT, LPC, LMSW Living on the field has unique spiritual, emotional, physical, and safety challenges that most of us as women have not experienced previously in our home cultures.  Understanding and actively building in key aspects that help us thrive, rather than just survive, these challenges also decrease the likelihood of premature departure, depression, and other effects of stress.

Rebecca Leverington, LMFT, LPC, LMSW Associate Director, Olive Tree Counseling Center   Living on the field has unique spiritual, emotional, physical, and safety challenges that most of us as women have not experienced previously in our home cultures.  Understanding and actively building in key aspects…

The Key to Healthy Conflict

A Preventative Approach by Andrew Brown, MA, LLP

Conflict is a normal part of life and living in relationship with others. As different people we will inevitably have seemingly incompatible needs and priorities.