Mental Health

Men’s Health

Men’s Health

  Movember has become a tradition here in Northwest Arkansas. Many men are participating and for good reason: to promote awareness about men’s health issues.  Three issues that take the focus are mental health, prostate cancer, and testicular cancer. Mental Health: Men in particular face […]

Does Lack of Sleep = Obesity, ADHD, and Diabetes?

Does Lack of Sleep = Obesity, ADHD, and Diabetes?

  Does Lack of Sleep = Obesity, ADHD, Diabetes, and even Heart Disease? Contributed by Dr. Tara Hickman SLEEP! This is a powerful word to many parents. The effects of sleep deprivation are well known to those of us who have spent months caring for […]

Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health First Aid

  Ozark Guidance is offering Mental Health First Aid Classes Mental Health First Aid is a groundbreaking public education program that  helps the public identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. Mental Health First Aid USA is managed, operated, […]

Conflict: Pathway to Intimacy Part 2

Conflict: Pathway to Intimacy Part 2

7 Keys To Building Strong Families Gary J. Oliver, Ph.D. The Center for Relationship Enrichment on the campus of John Brown University Key #7:  Conflict: Pathway to Intimacy  Part 2     Jack didn’t even remember what the disagreement was about, but he did remember that […]

Benefits of Indoor Plants

Benefits of Indoor Plants

  Benefits of Indoor Plants 1. Plants purify the air. This sounds terrific, but why do I need my air purified? I change my air filters and open the windows occasionally, shouldn’t I be fine? I researched this and found out why. Back in the 1970s, the United States was […]

Conflict: Pathway to Intimacy

Conflict: Pathway to Intimacy

7 Keys To Building Strong Families Gary J. Oliver, Ph.D. The Center for Relationship Enrichment on the campus of John Brown University Key #7:    Conflict: Pathway to Intimacy  Part 1     I’d been to London several times as a single student but this was the […]

Building Strong Families: Listening

Building Strong Families: Listening

7 Keys To Building Strong Families Gary J. Oliver, Ph.D. The Center for Relationship Enrichment on the campus of John Brown University Key #6:  In a healthy home people have learned how to listen, ask questions and nurture quality communication. 1.    What you kids see […]

The Awesome Health Benefits of Derby

The Awesome Health Benefits of Derby

 The Awesome Health Benefits of Derby Contributed by NWA Roller Derby Derby is a unique team sport that balances fierce competition with an environment that encourages teamwork, bonding and connections to a broad network of fellow players. While Roller Derby has many obvious physical health benefits, […]

Healthy Anger

Healthy Anger

7 Keys To Building Strong Families Gary J. Oliver, Ph.D. The Center for Relationship Enrichment on the campus of John Brown University Key #5:  The Gift Of Healthy Anger 1.    What your kids see you do as they grow up is what you’ll likely see […]

Mental Health First Aid Classes in NWA

Mental Health First Aid Classes in NWA

Mental Health First Aid Classes Available Feb. 20 & 21 – Siloam Springs $20.00 registration Feb. 28 & March 1 – Fort Smith, Closed registration March 14 & 15 – Rogers $40.00 registration April 8 & 9 – Fayetteville $40.00 registration For more information, please […]

7 Keys to Building Strong Families: Love

7 Keys to Building Strong Families: Love

7 Keys To Building Strong Families  Gary J. Oliver, Ph.D. The Center for Relationship Enrichment on the campus of John Brown University  Key #3            The Power of Nourishing Love                 Welcome to another installment of 7 Keys to Building Strong Families.  If you’ve been following […]

7 Keys to Building Strong Families

7 Keys to Building Strong Families

7 Keys To Building Strong Families Gary J. Oliver, Ph.D. The Center for Relationship Enrichment on the campus of John Brown University Key #1:  The Power of Modeling Everybody believes family is important.  Everyone wants to have a healthy family.  From my review of research […]