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Make Time For Grief

Posted on by Jill Harp

Samaritan Counseling Center therapist Hannah Keesler shares a therapy strategy she uses with clients regularly to help them cope with grief. “Grief takes time. Easier said than allowed,” says Samaritan Counseling Center therapist Hannah Keesler. “Grief is painful, exhausting, isolating, and enraging. Often, we want to feel better and get back to “normal” as quickly […]


Samaritan Receives Award For Work in Oshkosh Schools

Posted on by Jill Harp

Oshkosh Area School District recently awarded Samaritan Counseling Center with the “Friend of Education” award recognizing individuals and corporations for their support and personal involvement of public schools. The award recognized Samaritan’s partnership within the District providing the inaugural 2017-18 emotional screening program Rise Up and their previous years of Wellness Screen. “With your assistance, […]


Samaritan receives accreditation

Samaritan Counseling Center of the Fox Valley has been awarded Full Accreditation for November 2017 to November 2021, The Samaritan Institute, located in Denver, announced today. “Accreditation is a major accomplishment and demonstrates a Center’s commitment to excellence,” according to Robert Johnson, MS, LCSW, President/CEO for the Samaritan Institute, which is the headquarters for an […]


Reduce Stress through Mindfulness

Posted on by Jill Harp

Life A Little Hectic? Need something to help you: stay focused? boost compassion? relax? sleep? minimize stress? Check out these four mindfulness and stress reduction resources: Mindfulnessexercises.com provides free mindfulness, breathing and meditation guides. Headspace.com provides a how-to guide for meditation and more (free app also available). Omvana.com is a free app with 500+ meditation […]


Into Every Life Some Snow Must Fall

At today’s meeting of Samaritan’s board of directors, board member Kathy Mahoney shared the following devotion, which she wrote. The original lyrics say rain, but I thought with our blizzard this weekend the snow was more appropriate. Of course, the snow represents a problem or difficulty or issue each of us will have to deal […]




KNOW THE WARNING SIGNS OF SUICIDE

Posted on by Jill Harp

  As we head into September’s National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, Samaritan Counseling Center wants to  reach out to those affected by suicide, raise awareness and connect individuals with treatment that need services. Samaritan Counseling therapist Mari Krueger says, “Suicide is a difficult, sensitive topic for most but talking about it openly and becoming educated […]



Boosting Workplace and Personal Happiness

Samaritan Clinical Director Dr. Tracy Siebers recently held a brown bag lunch discussion with the Center’s staff.  Tracy shared ways we can increase happiness in our own lives and encourage clients to do the same. “Simply by expressing gratitude, among other small gestures, we can boost our happiness, personally and professionally,” Tracy suggested. Taking this […]