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December newsletter: Grateful as 2010 ends, plus tips for health, insurance, more

Posted Dec 20 2010 8:43am
Winding down for 2010...

As the year ends, we remember all the goodness that has happened at Lake House during 2010.

We've introduced spiritual teacher Markus Kasunich , had fun with InterPlay , and made healing art in the open art studio with artist Robin Mitchell, plus enjoyed a succesful and well-attended Health & Gift Fest. 

We've hosted Marybeth Buchele , who's become our visiting resident homeopath, offering workshops, classes and appointments with homeopathic and natural remedies, the only homeopathic practice in Racine. (She'll be back in January!)
People have come from Illinois, Milwaukee, Racine, Union Grove, Burlington and Kenosha to take part in our new "Ancestors Constellations & Healing" groups, and particpants in our trainings  for helping professionals and educators have been enthusiastic.
It's been gratifiying to have so many people embrace these new ideas and programs. Stay tuned for more. We have great programs coming up for 2011.
Keep holidays happy and healthy.
See my blog with lots of tips to stay  healthy and enjoy the holiday season. Avoid overeating and overdrinking, rest and have remedies for colds and flu.
Make sure your insurance company isn't overcharging you!

Here's important news from the Wisconsin Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers:
Insurance companies are attemping to undermine the new mental health parity bill with high co-payments. The chapter has been informed of at least three insurance companies in Wisconsin that have charged consumers specialty doctor co-pays instead of a primary doctor copay as the result of the new mental health parity law.
Federal regulations prohibit the charging of a specialty doctor co-pay for mental health services. Anyone who is charged a specialty doctor copay instead of a primary doctor copay should file a complaint with the Office of the Commissioner of Insurance . You also should send Marc Herstand , execuctive director of the Wisconsin NASW chapter,  a copy of any response from Office of Commnisioner of Insurance.
When people (men, politicians) cry...
Such a good blog post , we want recommend it. A little essay on crying, inspired by John Boehner, U.S. Congressman who will be the new speaker of the House.
Tune into this beautiful solstice video

Truly we are all one in this beautiful universe. Enjoy!
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