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17 10, 2019

Relief from Grief

By |2021-04-22T16:06:03+00:00October 17, 2019|Blog|Comments Off on Relief from Grief

Relief from Grief Having someone close to me die recently, I have been surprised at how powerfully grief effects my mood and my physical body.  I try to think things like, “Death is a natural part of life." or "They had a good life, and it was a gift anyway.", but [...]

9 10, 2019

Insurance Reinsurance

By |2021-04-22T16:06:03+00:00October 9, 2019|Blog, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Insurance Reinsurance

Insurance Reassurance   I call insurance companies almost every day, and I have to admit that it is confusing. Seventy seven percent of Americans have insurance coverage either through the state, their employers, or self-funded avenues, but few people fully understand their policy. I only understand insurance as it applies [...]

5 12, 2018

An FYI on TBIs

By |2018-12-05T11:36:48+00:00December 5, 2018|Blog|Comments Off on An FYI on TBIs

Remember the “old man that bumped his head, went to bed, and didn’t wake up in the morning”? Clearly the protagonist of the that slightly dark nursery rhyme suffered a traumatic brain injury. Did you know that Montana has the second highest rate of Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs) in the [...]

1 10, 2018

Montana’s Mental Health

By |2018-10-01T09:33:37+00:00October 1, 2018|Blog|Comments Off on Montana’s Mental Health

According to a 2018 study by BRAMA, it is estimated that 42% of American adults have received counseling services at some point in their lives. That breaks down to about 1.4 million people---more than the entire population of Montana.  Additionally, of those who have not already sought out therapy, 37% [...]

5 09, 2018

Neurofeedback– The Cat’s Meow

By |2018-09-05T08:54:08+00:00September 5, 2018|Blog|Comments Off on Neurofeedback– The Cat’s Meow

Neurofeedback-- The Cat's Meow "Ding!" a bell sounds in a dog kennel, almost instantly a hungry dog starts drooling, anticipating the food he knows is coming. This dog has been trained to associate the sound of a bell with the promise of a meal-- a phenomenon known as classical conditioning. [...]

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