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Free Documentary Screening in Murfreesboro on May 21

Tuesday, May 21, 2019 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM St. Clair Senior Center 325 St Clair St, Murfreesboro, TN 37130 Decades of research have shown that social isolation and loneliness can be as dangerous to your health as smoking or obesity. On this edition of Aging Matters, we will explore how growing older can be an isolating experience and the difference between being isolated and feeling isolated or lonely. We’ll also look at innovative ways to create communities that prevent…


Murfreesboro’s 25th Annual Luncheon & Fundraiser

Thursday, August 30, 2018 First United Methodist Church, Family Life Center 265 West Thompson Lane, Murfreesboro, TN Doors open @ 10:30 am Lunch served @ 11:30 am Program and Live Auction to follow $25 per Seat | $200 for a Table of 8 Reserve your seat now or purchase at the door. SPONSORED BY: Presenting Sponsor: Rachel and Justin Holder, Parks Realty, Murfreesboro Advocate: Ellen K. Slicker, PhD Supporters: Central Christian Church, First Tennessee Bank, RAI Advisors, Saint Thomas Rutherford,…


Interactive Mood Walls in Williamson & Rutherford Counties

“Vulnerability begets vulnerability, so when you open up and you have that conversation with somebody it validates those emotions in somebody else. What we've seen in this campaign is that people start talking, and it's good and it's healthy and it's fun! It's encouraging, and you know that someone else out there in your own community is feeling the same things that you're feeling.” Insight’s Director of Development & Marketing, Taylor Cochran, was live on Facebook with Williamson Source today,…


Celebrating a Caring Community

Written by Karen Potratz This work starts in the quietness of a safe office and with a good connection. Working with people who are asking for help and confessing their vulnerability is an honor and a privilege. Specifically, many referrals come from family and friends. One such call came from a young lady in a desperate state, concerned that her body was responding to overwhelming stress. She was concerned for her health and her safety. She suffered from anxiety and…


2015 Annual Report

From the Executive Director, Chris O'Rear While affirming our core values and our historic identity, 2015 was marked by many changes. We finalized and revealed our new name, Insight Counseling Centers, and started the rebranding process. Our logo is in the style of a Mobius strip, a circle that turns from inside to outside seamlessly as you trace the outline, symbolizing our historic work of restoring lives to wholeness – mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. As we help explore the internal…

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