Have you been experiencing any of these feelings during this time of crisis?
- An increase in conflict between you and your children because of being “stuck at home” for so long.
- An increase in depression due to being at home, feeling isolated and having limited positive outlets.
- An increase in anxiety due to the constant change, continual aftershocks, and lack of routine and consistency.
- Growing financial fears due to being furloughed or losing your job.
You are not alone. Perhaps now more than ever, experiencing positive mental wellness and self-care is so critical. Our Mental Health Counselors are here to help.
CCPC’s Mental Health Counselors
Our counselors have been busy providing critical mental health support during this crisis.
Here are just a few examples:
- Director Leah Harter and counselor Katie Thomas provided a parenting seminar.
- Katie Noelck, our newest counselor, has been hosting a virtual support group for parents.
- Nancy Angle, our certified integrative nutrition health coach, is providing nutrition and wellness tips and is accepting new clients. You can find more information here.
- Mary Wright, our certified Enneagram coach, has been helping parents and kids navigate this crisis through understanding their unique personality types.
This is in addition to how each of our counselors is providing ongoing help for those dealing with suicide ideation, anxiety, depression and abuse issues, just to name a few.
All of our counselors are available for an appointment. We are offering two free sessions with our counselors Katie Thomas and Katie Noelck to new clients from now until May 1.
All of our sessions are done through Telehealth. Please contact Heather Ledbetter, our Counseling Center Administrator, who will be available to take calls, answer questions and assist in getting you scheduled during regular business hours (Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.). To schedule an appointment, please call Heather at 435-649-2260 ext. 1 or email her at email@example.com.