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Making Friends

By Brittany Senseman

August 1, 2017

By Brittany Senseman – MA, LPC-S, Principal The summer before I turned 6 years old, I moved from West Texas to Houston, and it was a little rough at first. Where I used to live, there were lots of kids to play with who lived on my street. We just walked to each other’s houses…

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Suffering Redeemed

By Annie Higgins

April 5, 2017

by Annie Higgins – MA, LPC As I sat across the counseling room from Diana, who had lost her daughter in a tragic accident four months prior, she said something I’ve heard from so many others in the midst of pain. She said, “If I just knew why; if God would just show me how…

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Winter & Spring: The Parable of the Seasons

By Sarah Burkhart

April 5, 2017

by Sarah Burkhart – MA, LPC Several years ago, I moved to St. Louis for a three-year grad program. Having lived my whole life in the great state of Texas, I had been exposed to only two types of weather up to that point: warm and blazingly hot. In St. Louis, I gained my first…

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The Burden of Politics

By Brittany Senseman

March 3, 2017

by Brittany Senseman, LPC-S, Principal Burdens. That’s what I see most of the time in my office – people carrying heavy burdens desperate to find rest and peace. This is my work, and what I have done for the past 10+ years is meet hurting people in their dark moments and support them to a…

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Talk about Sex with Your Kids

By Jane Jackson

February 7, 2017

by Jane Jackson, LPC-Intern WHAT:         age-appropriate dialogue about sex with your kids WHEN:         sooner than you think— on an ongoing basis HOW:           with plenty of preparation, patience and prayer WHY:            to point to the amazing work of our Creator, and for your kids’ protection! The name “sex talk”…

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Pillow Talk: Talking about Sex with Your Spouse

By Annie Higgins

February 6, 2017

by Annie Higgins, LPC Sex. It’s one of the top three things that couples fight about within marriage. Why? I can think of at least two major contributing factors. The first is that sex is deeply personal and vulnerable. And the second is that very few people are actually taught how to talk about this…

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