Partnership Announcement

We are please to announce a new affiliation and service we will be providing in the near future. We are working with a home health nursing company, Healthy Connections to provide emotional support and treatment to women with a high risk pregnancy on bed rest.  By helping with stress management, counseling, relaxation therapies, we will be an adjunct to their medical treatment. So, here is a little bit about Health Connections.

  • Healthy Connections is a provider of high-risk obstetrical homecare services for pregnant women in the Houston, Texas and Dallas-Fort Worth areas. Their company is committed to providing the highest quality homecare services to our pregnant patients. Through the use of our 24 Hour-a-Day/7 Day-a-Week Call Center, staffed by Registered Nurses with unparalleled experience in high-risk obstetrical care, Healthy Connections believes that we can help women and their unborn babies achieve the best possible pregnancy outcome without unnecessary hospital visits and expenses.

Their services include treatment for pre-term labor, hyperemesis gravidarum (excessive nausea & vomiting of pregnancy), pregnancy-induced hypertension, and gestational diabetes management.

We welcome this opportunity.

When Love Is Not Enough


A book worth reading if you know someone or have a relationship with someone who has a problem with alcohol.  Now a Hallmark Hall of Fame special, The Lois Wilson Story: When Love Is Not Enough is the biography of the cofounder of Al-Anon and wife of AA cofounder Bill W.

The story:   Despondent about her husband's drinking and the devastating effect it has had on their lives, Lois Wilson wonders, "When will it end?" in this excerpt from The Lois Wilson Story: When Love Is Not Enough, soon to be a Hallmark Hall of Fame movie on CBS.

To watch the movie trailer click on this link:  http://movie.ncadd.org/movie/movie.html

Congratulations to Gayle


Dr. Gayle Klaybor has been selected to be included in this year’s class of Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) examination item writers. Candidates selected have "a significant responsibility in the regulation of the social work profession, and in the ASWB mission of public protection. ASWB’s examinations are used to determine minimum competency to practice social work across the United States, in Canada and in other jurisdictions, their validity and reliability must be without question. Anyone who participates in working with the examination program must maintain the highest standards by avoiding any appearance or conflict of interest, and by keeping in confidence any materials and information concerning the examinations or item preparation."

Way to go Dr. Gayle for being selected to such a high honor.