Posts on ‘counseling’

Are You Ready to Start Counseling?

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2021

Article by Laura A. Gutierrez, LPC Anyone at any given moment in their lives can benefit from counseling services. There is a misconception that counseling is only for people who struggle with severe mental health issues. The truth is, every human being on this planet has a built-in drive towards personal growth and self-actualization. People […]


Choosing a Therapist

Wednesday, May 20th, 2015

by Rachel Morici, LPC   As a counselor, I often begin my therapy with a discussion on what clients would like to get out of this experience. It is so important to understand your goals when seeking out a therapist because there are so many different styles and approaches out there. I encourage those of […]


Senior Peer Counseling Program

Monday, May 5th, 2014

May is Mental Health Month! We are offering four noon seminars at NO COST! Get more info here

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Counseling & Untangling Knots

Wednesday, May 16th, 2007

Been depressed? Has your get-up and go gotten-up and went? Anxious and panicky when you think you know better? Feel like no one understands you, perhaps getting into trouble? You and your spouse living on different planets and colliding in space? Haunted by your dreams? Starting to worry that an addiction is getting the better of you? Feel like your life is tied up in knots? Well, counseling might be described as the art of untangling knots.