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Dealing with Cancer – 3 Reasons Why Counseling Can Help

Posted on September 2, 2021
by Rev. Andrew Johnson

If you have dealt with cancer, if you’ve walked alongside someone who has had cancer, or if you’re currently in the midst of battling cancer, here are 3 reasons it might be time to receive counseling.

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A Unique Way to Remember

Posted on September 9, 2019

Think of a person who has made a positive impact on your life. It could be a grandparent, pastor, parent, neighbor, or friend. Maybe he or she walked with you through a difficult season of your life. Perhaps he or she was a steady constant in the midst of change and confusion. Though you may never be able to repay this person for the gratitude you have in your heart, you could extend your thankfulness in a distinct way.

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Addiction – How to Help

Posted on December 22, 2016
by Kristi Manley, LMHC, LCPC

It is hard to watch your child suffer regardless of their age. The American Society of Addiction Medicine acknowledges substance abuse and substance dependence as a disease process and as such, those affected by the disease, whether the user or the family member, are considered sufferers. When your child is an adult, it is doubly […]

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