It looks like 2022 is off to a great start as we are growing our team of clinicians at the beginning of this new year! We welcome Aimee Moore, APCC to our team!
Tailwinds Therapy is seeking to hire additional mental health clinicians to grow our team. Compensation varies based on experience and qualifications. Benefits are available for full-time employees. Clinical supervision can be provided to provisionally licensed clinicians.
An open letter to parents and caregivers about suicide in children. Learn the signs, symptoms, and how to reduce the risk of suicide.
Some days we are on fire. I mean, I'm talking about the days where you wake up and your coffee just tastes extra perfect and the sun is shining (or it's peacefully raining-- I love a good rainy morning!) and you just KNOW you are going to own. the. day. But most days don't go… Continue reading The Best Thing You Can Do Today
Learn 5 simple ways you can reduce your anxiety surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak.
Online therapy sessions are now available with the current health issues associated with COVID-19.
Tailwinds Therapy offers a dynamic approach to helping individuals, couples, and families overcome their struggles through providing services that include both traditional in-office therapy sessions as well as a more hands-on approach to therapy through providing Equine Assisted Psychotherapy services. Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) and Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) combines certified mental health treatment in… Continue reading New Openings for Equine Assisted Psychotherapy
There is no denying that I am a life-long learner. I loved school growing up and attended seven years of college. Additionally, I chose a career that requires continued education and encourages constant self-development and improvement. But there is also no denying that I live a full and busy life. I don't always make time… Continue reading Top 12 Self-Help Books for 2019
Working up the courage to call a therapist to schedule an appointment can be an overwhelming task. The last thing you need when you finally work up the courage to call is to find yourself lost in a series of questions about insurance benefits and coverage. Even as a provider myself, I still get confused sometimes about what my insurance will or will not cover with my own plan, so I am here to try to break it down for you to understand.
My first horse ended up being a "lesson horse" we named Chance. He was a stunning leopard Appaloosa with blue roan up his head an neck. He was 12 and didn't have amazing confirmation, but he sure had color! He was sold to us as a "kid-friendly lesson horse" and we were told his only faults were that his ears were sensitive as if someone abused him in the past and that he did not like his hind feet trimmed. I was smitten and we bought him without having our trainer take a look. Oh, what a lesson horse he was....