Ethical Dimensions: The Power of Stillness

By Kathy Ginn L.M.T., NCTMB Stillness is usually taken to imply an absence. “Be still” means stop being active. I would like to suggest being still is a positive experiential quality with its own vitality and aliveness. A most valuable gift we can offer our clients. 

Local Author Relishes Time at Cafe LaBelle

As a home based entrepreneur and author, Café LaBelle has become an oasis between my home office and on-the-road requirements. I can always enjoy a great bottomless cup of coffee along with either breakfast or a muffin while catching up on some work online.

Shorehaven Announces Life@Home

New Shorehaven Life@Home Coordinator Jamie Milaeger wants to provide for those who built the communities we thrive in today. And through Shorehaven’s new non-medical home care program, she knows she can.

Masterpieces in the Making

I am a Shorehaven Art Therapist. I have seen miracles happen daily in my work. In a recent speaking engagement at a local church, I told parishioners what a joy it is to work with Shorehaven seniors. How I am rewarded daily through my outreach to these very special people.