Family & Marriage Counseling, Stress Management & Depression

 

 

People typically enter counseling because they are hurting, frustrated, or feeling overwhelmed by a problem. In most cases, difficult circumstances drive the felt need for counseling. Most of these circumstances are based in wounded relationships between husbands and wives and parents and children.     In a world filled with both challenge and opportunity, counseling can be a logical choice for individuals, couples, and families who wish to grow to the next level of faith and well-being.  

And, of course, one or more persons in these relationships may be experiencing intrapersonal difficulties, including mood disorders like depression and anxiety, addictions, or situational stressors like work or school.

As we become more informed about integrative care for the body, mind, and spirit, and how each part affects our total health, the need for counseling increases. Each person who enters therapy has his or her own story. Gone are the days when counseling is just for “the mentally ill.” Despite the jokes and stigma sometimes attached to counseling, many individuals and families are seeking professional help to deal with the trauma of life in a difficult world.

 

 

 

People typically enter counseling because they are hurting, frustrated, or feeling overwhelmed by a problem. In most cases, difficult circumstances drive the felt need for counseling. Most of these circumstances are based in wounded relationships between husbands and wives and parents and children.

 

    Often we don't know exactly what the problem is. We know things are not right, but we don't know how to fix it. More often we know how things should be but we don't know how to get there.

Whether you are struggling on your own or have a family that is counting on you, you can count on us. At times, we all need someone we can count on. Someone who knows what to do. Someone who can help us discover the strength we have inside.

A counselor has training in observation, diagnoses, and the latest methods to assist in change. They can help you understand the problem, and help in ways that get people out of their ruts, or feelings of frustration, or even worse, feelings of anxiety, depression, or even despair.

If you or someone you love are experiencing a particularly trying time, maybe it’s time to consider seeking help. As you analyze your situation it may be helpful to consider some important points. Practically speaking, the most effective therapy gets underway when the therapist and client are in agreement on the focus of treatment. This understanding will include a list of target concerns, the frequency and durations of sessions, the type of treatment.

 

 
 

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