There is a plethora of terms in the mental health field that describe services that can be provided. Often the terms are used interchangeably, but in reality counseling, coaching, and psychotherapy as services have distinct functions from each other. I post this blog as a way of introducing our web site visitors to a new service that we are launching in 2017 now that it is the New Year!
I have found that there are two kinds of responses to Valentine’s Day. The responses are I imagine more based on personality style—there are the romantics and the pragmatists. There are those persons who are romantics and love showering their loved ones with gifts. Then there are those pragmatists who think that the whole day is really a rather ridiculous because you can tell your loved ones everyday that they are loved and you don’t need Hallmark to tell you that.
One year ago, I was sitting on the plane, returning home from one of the most mind-bending and faith-stretching experiences that I have ever had. I am coming back from my first Christian Medical and Dental Association/Global Health Outreach (www.cmda.org) trip to Managua, Nicaragua. The team was at the House of Hope (www.houseofhopenicaragua.org).