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NURSE – CSP – LA CROSSE, WI

At Family & Children’s Center the work we do changes lives every day – do you want to be part of our team? This PT position is a unique opportunity for an experienced RN to use your skills in a highly collaborative setting that does not require nights, weekends or on-call work. Hours are 24 […]

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Managing Stress and Anxiety During COVID-19

GET THE FACTS about COVID-19 from people and resources you can depend on for accurate information but set limits or take breaks from watching, reading, or listening to news stories, including social media. Hearing about the pandemic repeatedly can be upsetting. You may turn to your family doctor, a state or local health department, U.S. […]

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How to Cope When You’re Feeling Cooped Up

Cope With Feeling Cooped Up Due to the recent events of the COVID-19, a lot of people have found themselves in isolation of their own homes for an extended period of time. Here are some ideas of how to curve those feelings of being cooped up. —————————————————————————————– Self Care Take a bath: enjoy a long, […]

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Parent-Child Attachment

Attachment Types By: Alainna Hanson Based off presentation by: Chelsie Swenson, MS, LPCC Attachment is a type of bond that connects one person with another over time. Secure Attachment A secure attachment provides a good base for the child’s future accomplishments. Parents who do a good job at listening to their child, create more confident […]

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Co-Occuring Issues in Youth

Co-Occurring Issues in Youth By: Alainna Hanson Presentation Series by: Alicia Hengel, MA, LPCC, LPC What Are Co-Occurring Issues? Substance use and mental health conditions among youth are tightly connected. Mental health disorder- diagnosable mental, behavioral, or emotional disorder that interferes with how a child functions. Ex: depression, anxiety, ADHD, eating disorders Substance use disorder- recurring […]

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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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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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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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