The Micah Center

COVID-19 Impact: Joseph Project May Class Canceled

The impact of the COVID-19 global pandemic is being felt in every community across our state, as people face joblessness and employers make difficult decisions about whether to stay open. Now more than ever, we see how important The Joseph Project is, as it connects people to good jobs that are focused on manufacturing. While…

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Leap of Faith: A Therapy Story

By Leigha Fiebelkorn, Resident Therapist For some, the decision to embark on a therapy journey can be a difficult one to make, especially when there is so much uncertainty in their lives. Many clients who struggle with making this decision at first come to realize that therapy is so much more than just sitting on…

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Exploring Stress and Coping

In the weekly Micah Center workshop “One Step at a Time” our Resident Therapist Leigha helps guests explore different topics. This week guests focused on stress and coping. Guests each identified 6 different things that were currently sources of stress for them by writing them down on pieces of paper. As a group, the guests…

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We Shall Overcome…Styrofoam

By Vicki Browne, Office Manager at the Micah Center Does anyone really like a Styrofoam cup? It’s environmentally horrific, while also being too flimsy to save in a backpack or pocket. It tapers so much that it’s unstable, and statically attracts unpleasant things like hair and lint. About the only thing going for it is…

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