Blog Entries - 'Counseling'
Find Help Find Hope
We all deal with them. Anxiousness, depression, and general "blah's" are part of life. SOMEthing will always make us feel a range of emotions from extreme glee to downright depressed. And most of us will bounce back
take a screening
I never really thought I was depressed. It just felt like a normal "down" feeling - something like I felt when I got a tough job review or someone said something negative about something I thought was a nice gesture.
Alcohol Awareness Month
The world is dealing with a lot right now. Coronavirus has taken over lives - more accurately, it's upended them. And while we try to make sense of what our new "normal" will be, people are finding ways to cope with the
Five things to consider when starting counseling
When someone decides it's time to get some help for a mental health or addiction issue, or when they are told to do by a court, those first steps are truly tough. It's truly not an easy thing to tell yourself you need
Help! Do I Have an Anxiety Disorder?
A Gallup poll taken several years ago reported 8 in 10 Americans encounter stress in their daily lives. While stress is not always a bad thing, it still leads many people to wonder—at what point is “feeling stressed
Waynesville High students shine light on suicide prevention
Some students at Waynesville High School are on a mission of caring. Working with Guidance Counselor Cathy Joefreda, the kids set out to help their classmates learn to identify signs of suicide and how they can talk