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“Man Up” & The Stigma About Men’s Mental Health

August 2, 2022
Trigger Warning: Suicide Fear in the Face of Therapy There’s a lot of stigma, secrecy, and reluctance cloaking the discussion of men’s mental health. As was traditionally passed down from the males before them, many men feel pressured to be
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Couples Counseling: The Gottman Method

May 18, 2022
Love on the Rocks Is the sound of a door being slammed by your partner becoming too common in your home? Is the silence of your partner or the lack of compromise between you becoming disheartening? Problems within romantic partnerships
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Alcohol Awareness Month: How Addiction Affects Loved Ones

April 29, 2022
Loving Someone Who’s Addicted When it comes to the topic of addiction, much focus is often placed upon the person who is actively struggling with their addiction (alcohol, other substances, gambling, etc.) or has in the past. However, the people

Therapy Outside the Box

February 22, 2022
A Passion for Innovative ADHD Treatment ADHD (or Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder) is a neurodevelopmental disorder that’s infamous for being misdiagnosed, misconstrued in media, or missed as a diagnosis for children and adults alike. With ADHD’s classic symptoms of inattentiveness, forgetfulness, concentration

A Hero Lies Within All Of Us

January 13, 2022
About a week ago, Nicole K., Foundations foster care case worker extraordinaire, was scrolling through the internet to relax (as we all do) and stumbled upon a link that caught her attention. She found herself nodding along as a person

Doing Our Best ~ A Mantra for Fostering Teens

August 11, 2021
Fostering a teen can be a challenge, but it’s also, one of the most rewarding vocations you can ever get into.  It’s very rewarding for us to work with a teen and see them flourish from getting the love, understanding

Rooting for People in Recovery

March 29, 2021
How do we show up and root for people in recovery? Addiction is lonely. By some, it’s seen as an “illness of choice.”  Empathy for a loved one in recovery may be difficult to find. Yet, addiction isn’t so simple.

On the front lines of the Covid-19 Mental Health Crisis

July 13, 2020
Foundations Health & Wholeness is on the front lines of the mental health needs in Brown County. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, children and adults are struggling with increased grief, isolation, anxiety, and substance abuse. “Our neighbors in