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Spiritual and Emotional Health in 2020

Posted by Dr. Brenda Richardson Rowe, LPC-S Minister of Counseling on

As we enter 2020, we are all considering what we are willing to do to make our lives better. We usually focus on areas such as our physical and emotional health. I would like to challenge you to add mental wellness and spiritual wellness to your list this year. Our mental and spiritual wellness...

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Tags: mental health, wellness, self care, health and wellness

Holiday Survival Strategies for Coping with Grief

Posted by Dr. Brenda Richardson Rowe, LPC-S Minister of Counseling on

For anyone dealing with an illness, grief, or the loss of a loved one, the holidays can be a time of sadness, pain, anger, or dread. It can be difficult to cope, especially when you see the sights and sounds of holiday happiness all around you. The ebb and flow of grief can become overwhelming...

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Adoption: An Invisible String

Posted by Dr. Brenda Richardson Rowe, LPC-S Minister of Counseling on

“Defend the weak and the fatherless; uphold the cause of the poor and the oppressed”-Psalm 82:3 I breathed a sigh of relief and breathed in joy as I saw a father lovingly sit with his son and read a book called The Invisible String.  This son was eager to discover a new world...

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Stop the Violence

Posted by Dr. Brenda Richardson Rowe, LPC-S Minister of Counseling on

Domestic Violence Fact Sheet “Make no friendship with a man given to anger, nor go with a wrathful man.” PROVERBS 22:24 No one should be a victim of domestic violence—EVER! Domestic violence is often overlooked, excused, or denied. Domestic violence and emotional abuse...

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Sound The Alarm‬‬

Posted by Dr. Brenda Richardson Rowe, LPC-S Minister of Counseling on

Recent research has found the rate of suicide deaths among young black males between the ages of 13 and 19 have increased by 60 percent from 2001 through 2017. There has also been a 182 percent increase in the rate of suicide deaths of young black females during that same time...

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Setting Your Child Up to Succeed in the New School Year

Posted by Tizita Seifu - Licensed Professional Counselor | Harmony Counseling Center on

As caregivers to children or teens, tools are available to continue to cultivate your youth’s full capacity.  Preparation can greatly help reduce nerves and increase anticipation for a new school year.  We tend to become as successful as we have prepared to be. Below are methods...

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Tags: counseling, success, strategy, child, school

July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

Posted by Tizita Seifu - Licensed Professional Counselor | Harmony Counseling Center on

Despite advances in health equity, disparities in mental health care persist. The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) reports that racial and ethnic minority groups in the U.S. are less likely to have access to mental health services, less likely to use community mental...

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The Body Speaks: Listening to the Opportunity

Posted by Tizita Seifu - Licensed Professional Counselor | Harmony Counseling Center on

The body speaks with lumps in our throats or a knot in our stomach.  The body speaks with headaches or tightness in our arms.  The body speaks with tears in our ears or racing thoughts.  When we have directly or indirectly experienced sudden, severe, or life-threatening violation...

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And When I Waited, Oh Baby, Baby!

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May is Foster Care Awareness month. Tizita sat down with Deborah to learn more about how Deborah and her family have been impacted by providing foster care.  Tell me about your desire to pursue your own family. Kent and I married in 2000 and wanted to start a family immediately but could...

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Tags: adoption, foster care, harmony

March Is Self-Injury Awareness Month

Posted by Dr. Brenda Richardson Rowe, LPC-S Minister of Counseling on

Self-injury Awareness Month is a chance to set aside stigma, understand the problem and be open about mental health and recovery. Self-injury is much more common than most people realize. Among teenagers, an estimated 15 percent will experience some form of self-injury. The number drops to 4...

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Tags: counseling, mental health, self-injury

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