The ability and privilege to interact with someone, where they are emotional, at the time they submit to counseling is imperative. Emotional distress is like a finger print. No two clients are the same and will react to stresses differently.
Family members, friends, and co-workers can benefit from a session of group services (…the “X” factor of knowing what to expect, and how to react to someone under extreme stress, post-event is crucial for their well being). The information given to the distressed person’s inner circle can assist in healing at a more rapid rate.
Research has proven that a strong, ‘Educated’ support system, for someone in distress, provides a more thorough and insightful approach to healing.
Issues covered while receiving counseling at ‘Counseling for a Cause’ are, but not limited to:
- Child and Adolescent – behavioral and cognitive issues /Autism /Depression /Stress (bullying, self-esteem, addiction, relationships, and grief over sudden losses)
- Child Abuse
- Alcohol & Substance Abuse /HIV/AIDS /Eating Disorders /Personality Disorder (bipolar – schizophrenia
- Weight Issues
- Body Dysmorphia
Counseling is readily available for anyone regarding a new career (young or old). Career counseling is available for those seeking insight or help clarifying thoughts about a new ‘job’ or direction.