Housing & Mental Health | Curtis Interviews Lisa Lafline, Executive Director of West Indianapolis Development Corporation
“If you have to worry about whether you can make your mortgage whether you can pay your rent – That concern and that worry will play on your mind and lead to depression and other kinds of mental illness.” These are the words of Lisa Laflin, Executive director of West Indianapolis Development Corporation.
Crosswinds Conversations | Curtis Smith Interviews Bruce Peters, Head of School at Mooresville Christian Academy
In this week’s episode of Crosswinds Conversations, Curtis Smith interviews Bruce Peters, Head of School at Mooresville Christian Academy.
“We were just getting to a place of emotional burnout.” – Jeff Wolheter
Jeff & Andrea Wolheter were happily married, had 4 kids, and were looking to plant a second church. Although there were many things in their lives that were going great, there were still things that could be better.
As many as 70% of Americans experience trauma at least once in their lives. This means everybody is either directly or indirectly impacted by trauma. Lora Friedrich, LCSW, PHD explains how we can use safety plans to help.
The mission of You Yes You! Project is to “help build relationships between incarcerated fathers and their children.” So far in 2022 the You Yes You! Project has positively impacted 44 incarcerated fathers and 110 children.
“If you’re not working through actively healing, you’re not reacting to her situation. You’re reacting to the trigger in your own life.” Rachel Lehr
It is common for people to have questions about where to find meaning or purpose in life. Brendon Lengacher, MA, LMHCA takes us through an exercise to help us discover some of these answers by evaluating our relationships.
Curtis Smith interviews Mary Wynne Cox, Publisher of Indy’s Child Magazine and Northern Hamilton County Magazine. These magazines focus on a variety of topics including parenting, special needs, and baby subjects.
Children can feel big emotions, but they don’t always know how to talk about them. Jenna Garcia, MA, LMFT, ATR-BC gives an example of one way we can broaden a child’s vocabulary around how they feel.
Crosswinds Conversations | Curtis Smith Interviews Jay Geshay, Board Chair of Edna Martin Christian Center
In this week’s episode of Crosswinds Conversations Curtis Smith interviews Jay Geshay, Board Chair of the Edna Martin Christian Center.
Want to be closer to your kid? Struggling to connect? Listen to what Phil Erichsen, M.A., LMHC says about having a deeper relationship with your child.
Crosswinds Conversations | Curtis Smith Interviews Mo Wildey Pastor and Executive Director of the Yeshua Society
Mo’s organization has a heavy emphasis on batting poverty, but not just financial poverty. Mo believes that poverty comes in 5 forms: spiritual, physical, emotional, academic, and financial.