• Winter 2024 Newsletter
    Now Accepting Medicare On December 23, 2022, Congress passed the Mental Health Access Improvement Act (S.828/ H.R.432) which was subsequently signed into law by President Biden. Until now, Licensed Professional Counselors (LPCs) Read more
  • Fall 2023 Newsletter
    Accepting Medicare Starting January 2024 On December 23, 2022, Congress passed the Mental Health Access Improvement Act (S.828/ H.R.432) which was subsequently signed into law by President Biden.  This bill allows Licensed Professional Read more
  • LGBTQIA+ identity and mental health
    Being a member of the LGBTQIA+ community doesn’t put you at a higher risk of mental illness. However, it can expose you to systemic discrimination or disparities in social, medical, Read more
  • Five Things to Look for In a Life Partner
    For everyone out there falling in love, here are some things you should look for in a potential partner. And if you are a partner, you should strive to offer these things to your mate. Read more
  • Can a great guy be a lousy husband?
    Great guys aren't automatically great husbands.Gender norms and socialization can make a lousy husband. Read more
  • Can We Prevent Teen Suicide?
    There are three conditions that when present together, may predispose an individual to suicide. Read more
  • The Effects of Fatherlessness On A Boy's Development
    The effects of fatherlessness and non-resident fathers on boys is explored for black and white families. The probability of delinquency is considered. Read more
  • Press Release - Inside Out Dads Program Begins at Waukesha County Jail
    Parents Place and Summit Counseling Waukesha in collaboration with the Waukesha County Technical College and Waukesha County Jail, will be providing male inmates at the Waukesha County jail with the opportunity to participate in the InsideOut Dad® program. Read more
  • How Should I Say I Love You?
    Chocolates are nice. But according to author Gary Chapman when it comes to feeling loved by our partner most of us want something else. Read more
  • Male Depression
    Many men suffer from depression. However, the symptoms of depression in men can be very different from the symptoms in women. A depressed man may appear to be angry or aggressive instead of sad. Read more
  • The Alienated Parent
    Alienation occurs when one parent attempts to turn the couple's children against the other parent. Read more
  • Anxiety and Panic Attacks
    Anxiety is the most common mental health disorder in the U.S. It causes both physical and psychological symptoms, and it can be very distressing. Long-term anxiety increases the risk of physical illnesses and other mental health conditions, such as clinical depression. Read more
  • Boys Don't Cry - from the American Psychological Association
    The video Boys Don't Cry explores the negative impact of stereotypical expectations of masculinity on boys and men, including pressure on young boys to prove their masculinity to their peers and in our culture. Read more
  • Seasonal Depression and Loneliness
    Loneliness and depression can damage us emotionally, physically and socially. Loneliness can strike anyone, and is usually the result of an inability to establish relationships with others. Read more
  • Counselor, Psychotherapist or Psychiatrist?
    Learn the similarities and differences between counselors, psychotherapists and psychiatrists? Read more
  • Managing Anger
    Understanding and learning to manage anger. Read more


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