Inner Solutions Counseling Center

We are a group of independent practitioners sharing our passion in helping empower people to create insight, balance, and solutions.

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2022 Heart of the Matter & Tinman Award 01/29/2022

2022 Heart of the Matter & Tinman Award

It's not to late! Yall know how special The Carousel Center is :) Help support the children and families of southeastern North Carolina so they can thrive after surviving physical and/or sexual abuse.

2022 Heart of the Matter & Tinman Award Join me at the 7th Annual Heart of the Matter Breakfast 7:30am Feb 2 at the Ballast

Timeline photos 12/11/2021

Lets stand together to make Human Rights a priority every month.

Why Aren't We Rude to Grown-ups the Way We Are Rude to Kids? 07/30/2021

Why Aren't We Rude to Grown-ups the Way We Are Rude to Kids?

Great read!

Why Aren't We Rude to Grown-ups the Way We Are Rude to Kids? Ben Martin listens to the way we talk to kids. And he finds it incomprehensible that we can't give them the respect we give to adults.

Count the Kicks 06/13/2021

Count the Kicks

PSA for all my pregnant mama's 💕 Count the Kicks! Spread the word.

Count the Kicks Counting kicks is a simple way to monitor your baby’s well-being. Expectant parents should begin counting at the start of the third trimester.

05/29/2021

Knowledge is power. Communication is kindness. Prevention is a must.

Fast Fact Friday.

But They Went Willingly - Understanding Teen Sexual Grooming 04/07/2021

But They Went Willingly - Understanding Teen Sexual Grooming

Very helpful article on understanding how teens are groomed and manipulated by trusted abusers.

But They Went Willingly - Understanding Teen Sexual Grooming Teens can be groomed too - learn how to identify teen sexual grooming behaviors

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Peacefully parenting screen time workshop. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar. 03/15/2021

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Peacefully parenting screen time workshop. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

Parents, who needs help managing kids screen time and technology usage? For ages up to 15 years old❣

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_pY3Xj3QERFa9Ffk642Cadg?fbclid=IwAR2Qa6-XNr7wBJZF71PhpyDxjqMvYRlwcBjbNZ8LcWovSmUrx5woZp89dWw

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Peacefully parenting screen time workshop. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar. Learn how to set up some healthy screen time limits that your kids don't hate--in less than 2 hours. You'll get: - Healthy limits guidelines - Knowledge of risky apps and behaviors - My favorite Technology contracts - Scripts to start screen time conversations with kids Questions? Email [email protected]...

02/24/2021

Thank you for such a thoughtful and informative post Dr. Fru! @pregonline

01/24/2021

Toxic positivity aka dismissive positivity, is the many masks of "positive vibes only" and "I'm fine" when we're not. Toxic positivity expects us to stuff and hide emotions deemed negative or difficult, which invalidates our natural flow of thoughts and feelings.

Our beautiful brains are built to process! And when we allow ourselves to process and acknowledge the tough stuff, we embrace what we need in order to grow. One of my favorite fertile affirmation mantras is Acknowledge, Embrace, Walk Through.

The upbeat intolerance and magical thinking of toxic positivity is heavy.....Its ok to not be ok. Our biggest fear when we lean into difficult emotions, is if we go there, we're gonna stay there! However, that's anxiety and fear lying to us, making us forget our emotions are real and valid. When our thoughts and emotions are honored and felt, it makes room for clarity, hope, and gratitude. It moves us through to grow into compassion, connection and trust.....with ourselves and our tribe!


psychologytoday.com 11/04/2020

The Invisible Male Victims of Sexual Trauma

Doesn't discriminate....

psychologytoday.com "No one comes running for young boys who cry rape." — Kevin Kantor

edutopia.org 09/23/2020

Trauma is ‘Written Into Our Bodies’—but Educators Can Help

The body remembers....

edutopia.org Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, California’s first surgeon general, on the impact of multigenerational adversity, SEL in the classroom, and the transformational powers of meditation.

mhanational.org 03/28/2020

Mental Health and COVID-19 – Information and Resources

Extensive and comprehensive list of resources! -19

https://www.mhanational.org/covid19

mhanational.org A list of links and resources on COVID-19 (COVID) and tips to cope.

cdc.gov 03/28/2020

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Excellent information from CDC.

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/managing-stress-anxiety.html

cdc.gov Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a virus (more specifically, a coronavirus) identified as the cause of an outbreak of respiratory illness first detected in Wuhan, China.

03/21/2020

IMPORTANT:
What Does "Stay at Home" or "Shelter in Place" Mean for You and Your Patients?
Some governors are taking new further action in social distancing and issuing directives for residents to “stay at home” or “shelter in place.” Please know these guidelines are not intended to prevent anyone from receiving or providing needed healthcare, including behavioral healthcare. What does this mean to our teammates, patients and our provider community?
It’s important to understand:
► It's okay to leave home to provide healthcare.

► It's okay to leave home to receive healthcare.

► Healthcare providers, which includes behavioral health providers, should make sure there is good social distancing when possible, such as by taking steps to avoid having patients clustered together in social congregation and by arranging seating as far apart as possible at meals.
For additional peace of mind:
► It’s also okay to go to grocery stores, put gas in cars, take walks outside and order in food delivery.

► At this time, states are not making these orders subject to tickets or fines from public safety officers; patients and teammates do not need to worry about getting stopped and questioned by the police. However, to provide maximum reassurance to our patients and teammates, documentation will be made available to teammates and patients that they may carry to indicate they are an “essential healthcare worker” or a “patient receiving essential healthcare”.

scarymommy.com 03/07/2020

How to Talk To Your Kids About Scary News

Great guide on talking with our children about what they see and hear in the news that impacts their feelings of safety and security.

scarymommy.com All news feels scary lately, but sometimes, it warrants a talk with your child. Knowing how to talk about scary news with your kids can be hard, but here are some tips and steps to follow.

wilmamag.com 12/10/2019

Digital Focus - WILMA magazine

Thank you for supporting our community Wilma!

wilmamag.com For the past twenty years, guided by her own experiences Ezzell has devoted her career to the issues of reproductive health and wellness.

11/08/2019

The Carousel Center, Inc. hiring Child Therapist/Interviewer in Wilmington, North Carolina, United States | LinkedIn

linkedin.com Posted 42 minutes ago. GENERAL STATEMENT OF POSITION DUTIES:Wilmington office and Supply officeProvides evidence-based…See this and similar jobs on LinkedIn.

redbubble.com 11/08/2019

'Goddess Journal and Notebook' Hardcover Journal by Windy Ezzell

Journals = Self Care

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