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Counseling is available in many forms and for any type of situation, including grief therapy, family & marriage counseling, suicide intervention, mental health counseling, trauma counseling, financial and career counseling. If you feel you need help and don’t know where to go, begin by talking to your family physician. They will be able to recommendation of the best type of counseling for your situation. If you don’t feel comfortable talking to your doctor, begin by talking to a trusted friend or relative who may be able to help you find available counseling. Almost every city has mental health clinics where fees are based on income, so help is always available to those in need. You may also consider pastoral counseling from your minister or clergy person. The most important thing to remember is that no matter what you or your loved one is experiencing, there is help available to you.

Professional counselors have a broad range of experience in dealing with many different situations and issues. In simple terms, counseling is any private, trusted relationship in which one person helps another person better understand and solve problems. The benefits of professional counseling includes communication with a non-biased person who will listen. Counseling often leads to higher self-understanding and self-esteem and can help guide us through the process of changing the things about our lives that we’d like to change. Counseling is a growth process in which individuals, couples, families or groups are helped to express themselves in a safe, non-judgmental climate. It can help identify, sort-out and clarify problems and lead to a deeper awareness and understanding of your past and present lives. Counseling is not a “magic pill” but a good counselor will work with you to lead you to do what you are capable of doing for yourself. Professional counselors maintain strict confidentiality about you and anything that you discuss with them in your counseling sessions.



 


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