MENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER – YOUTH NIGHT CAMPUS – ROCHESTER, MN

Needed part-time for Youth Night Campus Program in Rochester, MN serving at-risk youth ages 13-18.  This position provides an excellent opportunity for those seeking experience with at-risk youth in a Human Services or Corrections fields.  Duties include teaching skills curriculum, supervision of youth, transportation, tutoring and providing crisis intervention.  Must qualify as a Mental Health Practitioner […]

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Parenting: When the Children are Caught in the Middle

Written by Alainna Hanson based on the presentation series of Mike Hodson, MS, LMFT A healthy family structure can be a challenging thing to maintain. Over the years, families are faced with new obstacles and can react in a multitude of ways.  Some reactions can impact the family negatively. It is important to understand that […]

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The Importance of Reading

  The Importance of Reading to Your Child Alainna Hanson   Ready, Set, READ! There are many benefits to reading to your child. The first five years of a child’s life are crucial to their brain development. Children who are regularly read to see the advantages later in life.   The Best Way to Read […]

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REVENUE CYCLE SPECIALIST – REVENUE CYCLE – LA CROSSE, WI

Needed part-time for Revenue Cycle Operations in La Crosse.  Primary responsibility will be accurate and timely processing and posting of all incoming payments and rejections of payment from insurance companies, clients, and third party payers to customer accounts. Secondary responsibility will be all aspects of the credentialing, re-credentialing and privileging processes for all providers who […]

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Making timeouts worth the time

Timeouts can be a parent’s best friend, but too often they are used incorrectly and for the wrong reason. Follow this straightforward infographic to make timeouts worth the time. For more information on making timeouts successful, see our full blog on the topic: Making timeouts worth the time.

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Choose the right personality test for the job

When you consider how much searching for, hiring and training new employees cost businesses, it’s no wonder managers want some assurance they’re choosing the right person for the job — a rationale that extends to making the most of current employees’ talents and strengths as well. That explains why so many companies are turning to […]

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Battling — and winning — the homework wars

The new school year marks many new beginnings for families with school-age children. It means returning to a more structured routine, setting an alarm clock each morning, getting to know a new teacher, and for many parents, it also means another round of battling the homework wars. Homework is an essential part of learning While […]

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It’s called comfort food for a reason

If you’ve found a pan of brownies to be an ideal television-watching companion, potato chips to be a great way to unwind at the end of a tough day or macaroni and cheese to be the perfect cure for loneliness, you probably know the power of food in stifling emotions. Many people struggle with emotional […]

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Dating after divorce

Dating isn’t the easiest thing to do no matter where you’re at in life, but it’s especially tricky after divorce. There are lots of loose ends, baggage, children might be involved or multiple other issues might be making it difficult to start dating again. But before you begin to date again, you should take some […]

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When your child starts asking questions about sex, it’s time to start talking

It’s a conversation many parents would like to put off as long as possible, but when your children start asking questions about sex, it’s time to start talking. Many children will begin asking questions at an early age. It’s not uncommon for pre-schoolers to ask where babies come from when their mothers or other women […]

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