Category: Health

Strength’s Weakness by Steve Thomas, PLMHP

It is peculiar to me how strength is defined in the mind. The description can sometimes be one dimensional and very specific and at other moments, polymorphous and vague. There are occasions when that which we think is strength is not strength at all and other occasions in which we demonstrate strength unaware. Emotions elicit […]

Written by on July 1, 2022

Palingenesis “Proof of Life” by Steve Thomas, PLMHP

Palingenesis (/ˌpælɪnˈdʒɛnəsɪs/) From the Greek palin, meaning ‘again’, and genesis, meaning ‘birth’. It represents the concept of rebirth or re-creation; a new beginning; to begin again.   Hope can be an absurd quality. It holds tightly to our projections and takes a circuitous route through the rational and irrational pathways of our mind to an imagined […]

Written by on April 1, 2022

That Holiday Magic

December has finally arrived, and with it comes an abundance of colorful lights, vibrant wreaths and a question of family parties for 2021! Will we meet again or be safe again? Such an important question for all of us celebrating so many different holidays! Several other important questions this holiday season include: 1) How am […]

Written by on December 9, 2021

Arbor Fall Webinar Series

  Arbor Fall Webinar Series Fall 2021 Webinars Take advantage of the fall webinar series. A curated collection of 30 minute seminars presented by a variety of the clinicians at Arbor. It is good to stop by for a few tips, but also get to know and hear from the different counselors within our Employee […]

Written by on October 21, 2021

Lessons From COVID

What we are learning from COVID and the rise of the Delta variant No one is immune to anxiety and depression. Many have found themselves struggling with one or both of these challenges this past year during the COVID pandemic and now with this second wave of the Delta variant. The worldwide effects of the […]

Written by on September 7, 2021

In Full Spring!

Arbor Family Counseling EAP Perspectives   In Full Spring – May, 2021 Relaxation and Meditation Resources: It has been a year of change and stress for all of us. COVID has taught us to focus on ourselves when the world around us becomes unpredictable and difficult. Our experiences this past year have taught us that […]

Written by on May 4, 2021

COVID-19 & Your Safety

In light of the epidemic we are in the midst of and the cascade of cancellations, Arbor shares your concern for the safety of all of us at this time. Please know that we are engaging in ongoing deep cleaning, sanitizing  and other  measures to keep our offices a safe place to visit. However, if […]

Written by on March 11, 2020

Back to School Mental Health Guide:

We are sharing these amazing and vast resource articles with the authors permission. Please read and enjoy what you can! And, as always, give us a call when you need at 402-330-0960! https://psychcentral.com/back-to-school

Written by on August 21, 2019

Olympic Style Goals

I am definitely enjoying the amazing accomplishments of all of the Winter Games!! Each day as I see how one-hundreds and one-thousands of a second mean the difference between gold, silver and bronze, I am inspired at the dedication these athletes have maintained to their goals! In our world, we may not be racing down […]

Written by on February 16, 2014

Six Core Principles of Health

The United States is the number one consumer of prescription medications in the world.  We live in a sleepless society, amidst an onslaught of sleep    stealers.  Technology and unchecked emotions, such as anger, are powerful sources of stress, anxiety, depression and, of course, sleeplessness. Here is some good news: it’s our natural immune system.  In […]

Written by on September 18, 2012