Wholeness Healing Today


Dealing with Difficult Situations at Work

Major errors, sudden changes, conflicts, and emotional meltdowns affect every workplace. A popular question in employment interviews is, “Can you give me an example of a difficult situation and how you handled it?” Often full of drama, difficult situations (you know them when you experience them) require maturity, skill, and a cool head. When you…[ Read the full article ]

Intern Elizabeth Goertzen

Hello, I’m Elizabeth Goertzen. I am finishing my final year of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at the University of Nebraska at Kearney. I will graduate in the spring of 2023. In 2011 I graduated with my bachelor’s degree in Psychology from York College. My plan was to take some time off to start…[ Read the full article ]

Intern Sara Sayles

Hello, I’m Sara Sayles. I’m working on finishing my Master’s in Social Work with a graduation timeframe of Spring 2023 through the University of Nebraska at Omaha, where I also earned my bachelor’s in psychology. I cannot wait to graduate and explore my future as a therapist and utilize what I will be learning through…[ Read the full article ]

Our Energy Enhancement System

Wholeness Healing Center has offered our Energy Enhancement System Technology (EESystem) in our Energy Enhancement room for the past 11+ years. We are one of the few places in the Midwest that offers a public venue to experience and use this technology. Recently, the inventor of this system, Dr. Sandra Rose Michael, had a YouTube…[ Read the full article ]

The Power of Positive Language

How we speak, the words and intonation we use, has a huge effect on the energy we put out in the world, and subsequently, in the energy we allow ourselves to receive. Positive language sets the tone of our journey, impacts those around us, and can help to move us forward in a much more…[ Read the full article ]

Wholeness Healing Celebrates 10 Years of EAP Services

I n May 2012, Wholeness Healing introduced their new venture that allowed us to provide even more services to individuals and families in the central Nebraska region. Wholeness Healing Employee Assistance Program (EAP) was designed to allow businesses the opportunity to procure a plan in which their employees are provided with mental health counseling and…[ Read the full article ]

Using PRIDE Skills in Parenting

As parents, it is often common for us to get caught up in day-to-day tasks that seem to take away from other areas of our lives. Between school, work, sports, musicals, band practice and more, it’s difficult to find extra time in our day. This can result in parents having to manage difficult behaviors at…[ Read the full article ]

Visualization: A Low Cost, Highly Effective Cognitive Tool to Reach Your Personal Goals

The human imagination costs nothing and can be an effective tool for relaxation and stress management. Our brains and bodies can naturally be soothed by merely thinking of peaceful, positive, pleasant experiences. Visualization can be used to comfort an unpleasant emotion. It can be used in preparation for a stressful event such as surgery, to…[ Read the full article ]

Is the Pandemic Causing Trauma?

The World Health Organization (WHO) recently cited a 25% increase in the prevalence of anxiety and depression worldwide. WHO stated that this is a worldwide event calling for all countries to step up mental health services and support. (World Health Organization, 2022) Our local communities are a microcosm of this as we are certainly seeing…[ Read the full article ]

Maintaining Mental Health

Here are some ways to help your mental health: • Follow a schedule – structure keeps you grounded when you are feeling stressed. • Prioritize rest and diet. Have good sleep hygiene with a schedule that stays consistent. Eat healthy and don’t overindulge in food and drinks. • Exercise Regularly. Exercise is one of the…[ Read the full article ]