Staff Introductions – Brenda Branstiter
I am very excited to become a part of Wholeness Healing Center as their EAP Administrator! It is amazing when you look at your journey and realize that previous contacts with strangers were really put in your life to take you down the right path!
Experiences that we have can grow us as people, but sometimes we are not open or not listening to the signs we are given. We get so busy being busy we quit growing and working on ourselves. It is an incredible opportunity to work in a place that the mission is “to bring healing to people in a non-judgmental, compassionate way while focusing on their strengths and their personal values, guiding them to reach their fullest and greatest potential.” I love that while working as the EAP Administrator for Wholeness Healing, I can help companies offer their employees opportunities to grow and work on themselves through the many services at Wholeness Healing Center. Not only do they have the option of reaching out for help through therapy during a personal crisis or challenges at work, they can also improve the quality of their life through many other options such as mindfulness, hypnotherapy, and neurobiofeedback (brain training). Programs, seminars and courses offered at Wholeness Healing Center can be viewed on the website at WholenessHealing.com. You might want to try the Energy Enhancement System or the Migun Massage Facility too!
My husband, Tim and I moved to Grand Island in 1996 after serving in law enforcement in Dawson County. I began working for the City of Grand Island and later the Nebraska Department of Labor. I have worked in the nonprofit field for the past seven years as the Executive Director at Grand Island Central Catholic and the Executive Director at Hall County Leadership Unlimited (Leadership Tomorrow). I have volunteered for nonprofits including serving with Tim as a Big Couple for Big Brothers, Big Sisters for 10 years.
Tim and I have been married for over 25 years and our family consists of three grown children, their spouses and 5 grandsons! I enjoy spending time with my family, camping with friends and family, traveling and reading books for self improvement. I can be reached at 308-382-5297 Ext. 127.Tags: eap administrator, eap program
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