Dawn Strommen Speaking at Teen Dating Violence Event

We are proud to have Dawn Strommen, Psychologist, be one of three speakers featured at Mount Olivet Lutheran Church of Plymouth in February. Dawn will be helping raise awareness and prevention of teen dating violence in our community. Some dating violence facts: -Approxiimately one in three adolescent girls in the United States is a victim of physical, emotional, or verbal abuse from a dating partner. -One in five tweens (ages 11-14) say their friends are victims of dating violence Save the Date: Breaking the Silence Sunday, February 15 6:30-8:00 pm Mount Olivet Lutheran Church of Plymouth Please join us in this conversation.
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Child Therapist at Reimann Counseling Clinic

With mental health becoming less of a stigma, more families are becoming more comfortable reaching out for help and support for their children. Many parents and families seek support for their child for a variety of reasons, including: having trouble with school, adjusting to change (new baby in the family, moving, divorce, new marriage, new grade), sibling rivalry, grief/loss, ADHD to name a few. We responded to this need in Maple Grove by adding an exceptional Child Therapist to our team. We are proud to welcome Amy Gold, MA, LMFT to Reimann Counseling Clinic. Amy has extensive experience in working with children as young as 3 years old. Not only is she experienced, but she is also passionate about what she does-which makes such a difference in the work we…
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Jenny Reimann on Channel 12 News

With the recent events in Boston, many are left with a lot of questions, fear, and concern. Jenny Reimann, owner of Reimann Counseling Clinic, was asked by Channel 12 News to discuss how we should talk with our children about the tragedy. Visit the attached link to watch the interview. We are about 5 minutes in. http://twelve.tv/news/newsitem.aspx?newsid=324&newsitemid=21571
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Digging for Potatoes with a Manicure

About two weeks ago I found myself excitedly headed to the garden with my two young children. We had a small garden this year, with just tomatoes, beans, cucumbers and potatoes and since the squirrels were finding many of our new vegetables, we decided it was time to harvest the potatoes. As I was pulling out the bounty of our hard work this summer, one potato at a time, I realized that my very beautiful manicured nails were covered in very black, very sticky dirt. It was really too late at that point, so I continued to gather the food with the kids, laughing the entire time at how many potatoes we produced! Later that night I was thinking about the irony of it all- here I am trying to…
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