Ty Oswald is an Army veteran, dad, husband and has PTSD. He is a Huntsville native (Buckhorn High School) and the military was always his calling. “Both of my parents served and I couldn’t see myself doing anything else. He served for 6 years as an OH 58 Avionics and Weapons Systems Specialist. He deployed … Continue reading Following his calling: Meet Ty Oswald
By Jennifer Gregg PhD, LPC, NCCRegistered Play TherapistPlay and Grow Counseling, LLC All humans encounter challenges throughout their lives. It would be naïve to assume that children do not experience challenges as well. Determining when your child is struggling beyond what is neuro-typical can be difficult. When do you determine if a meltdown is developmentally … Continue reading Does My Child Need a Therapist?
By Kim DillonCertified EPT Emotional Healthcare Practitioner Forgiveness TherapyRelief Thru EPT, LLC Relief Thru EPT™ (Emotional Polarity Technique ™) is an emotional healthcare practice that is a completely different approach to emotional health. It is an evidence-based procedure; not talk therapy. This procedure relieves stress, blocks and traumas preventing you from living your highest and … Continue reading What Is Emotional Polarity Technique™ and How Can It Help You
Neurofeedback is a growing technology in the world of mental health support. From treating ADD/ADHD to depression and anxiety, this non-invasive treatment is used to alleviate unwanted symptoms of these issues along with a variety of other mental health issues.The providers at Reboot Wellness, LLC have been utilizing this technology for nearly three years in … Continue reading Neurofeedback and Mental Health Support
By: Jen ManningAlzheimer's Association Walk ManagerAlabama Chapter Blink twice. In the time it took you to do so, someone in the world has developed Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia and causes memory loss and other cognitive issues that interfere with daily life. Alzheimer’s disease is the 6th leading cause of death … Continue reading Veterans and Alzheimer’s Disease