Coming to terms with her mother’s recent death helps Paula Orton understand that life is too short to be spent hiding who she is.
Interest group: Counseling
Getting a later start on building your own life creates some unique challenges. Dale Decker offers a few ways to handle a delayed adolescence
Over the past two decades, Steve Starkey has built a professional career in community service. In 2006 he began using that experience to steer OutReach as it’s Executive Director.
Dr. Sue Gill challenges you to develop an inner template for what “family” can mean to you.
Dr. Sue Gill personally explores how we deal with suffering, grief, betrayal, and hope.
In the wake of suicide, Connie North reflects on the importance of human connection and the example set by those who live.
Connie North explores both the benefits and limitations of our inborn and chosen identities.
Dennis Christoffersen identifies the things that cause us stress in our day-to-day lives and offers a first step toward finding peace.
Dr. Sue Gill reminds us that “Where you put your energy, that’s what grows.”
Dr. Sue Gill offers suggestions for when things totally, irrevocably, undeniably fall apart.
Dr. Sue Gill offers both a reflection and some helpful suggestions on recognizing and addressing family holiday stressors.
Tamar Zick encourages us to keep our friendships healthy and strong, offering three qualities to strive for to help maintain these relationships.
Alexander Einsman explores whether digital gaydar really brings us together…or keeps us apart?
The road to self-acceptance is full of speed bumps and landmarks along the way. Dale Decker helps you steer clear of wrong turns.
It’s no surprise that minorities have increased problems with depression, addictions and compulsive behavior. Gay people are no exception.
In the wake of the marriage amendment, Dale Decker examines how shame can prevent that “personal connection” necessary for creating change.
Psychotherapist Alex Einsman explains why exploring the hidden layers of ourselves is essential to the process of being out in the world
Are there manageable ways to make it through losing someone close? After our recent losses, Dale Decker offers methods to help cope.
As the reality of creating our own families increases, so do the paths we take to get there. The Law Center for Children and Families reports on a variety of options and success stories.
Diverse and Resilient partners with OutReach on “Room to Breathe,” a solution to help us stop smoking. Amber Ault reports.
Attachment Theory helps Sue Gill illustrate how processing our sexuality can effect our ability to build and sustain lasting relationships.
Dr. Sue Gill explores the ways in which some queer-identified people end up ostracized or unseen even within the LGBTQ community.
GSAFE Educator of the Year Scott Lone of West Bend East High School approaches his role with dedication and courage.
If you know how to hear it, your body will tell you what’s right. Dr. Sue Gill shows how tuning in to our bodies puts us in better touch with our selves.
Are you in the market for a psychotherapist? Jimmy Owen encourages you to empower yourself by selecting someone who will be a good fit for you. Imagine walking into an unfamiliar office and sitting in a strange room for the first time. As you look around, you notice a box…
Dr. Sue Gill looks at alcohol and drug dependence in LGB populations.
Taught to be self-sufficient and strong at all costs, Connie North makes the case for why being able to see and accept one another, warts and all, is a crucial part of healthy human relationships.
A Lyme disease diagnosis forced Dr. Sue Gill to rearrange everything about how she approaches and thinks about her own life and what it means to deal with chronic illness
Connie North explores how downgrading expectations and setting boundaries helps maintain self-respect and lessen anger.
Alex Einsman explains why past relationship traumas shouldn’t define our sense of self or what’s possible in the future, but that we can and should learn from them.
Healthy eating involves the mind as much as the body. Sue Gill lays out a path to more balanced living.
Sue Gill offers ways to acknowledge our very real fears without feeding into them or allowing our own hearts to turn to hate in times of struggle.