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Domestic Violence: The Hidden Pain

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“The Lord examines the righteous, but the wicked, those who love violence, he hates with a passion” Psalms 11:5 We tend to think of domestic violence in terms of only the abuse that is physical abuse, the one that is visible, but abusive behavior is categorized and expressed in...

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Tags: healing, violence, domestic violence

Self-Care for Parents Healthy Parent: Healthy Child

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

“Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it” Proverbs 22:6 During this time of the pandemic, racial unrest, and economic turbulence, we have focused on making sure that our children are safe and healthy. And to continue to do that we...

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Tags: counseling, health, parents, couples, wellness, self care

Back to School During COVID 19 - How To Support Your Child

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The end of summer often brings the back-to-school jitters, but this year, there will undoubtedly be an extra layer of concern due to COVID-19. Families have the opportunity to prepare their kids for this new “first,” starting now. Getting back school—whether online...

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#Tools 2 Thrive: Fear of the Unknown

Posted by Jada Jackson Jackson, LPC-Intern on

While 1 in 5 people will experience a mental illness during their lifetime, everyone faces challenges in life that can impact their mental health. Many have believed that mental health only affected a few, but with the advent of COVID-19, we all have been impacted…literally everyone-all...

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Going Together: Wellness in the Face of COVID-19

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

In the first several days under this COVID-19 stay-at-home order, I would daily pause everything for a moment and look for a way to confirm I was awake and in fact living life as we now know it and that I wasn’t just in the middle of a long, fully encompassing dream.  Though the shock...

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Navigating Anxiety During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Posted by Remekca Owens, LPC-Intern on

In the last four weeks, our lives have been disrupted, paused and altered, replacing most of our daily routines and activities with uncertainty and change. In addition to the public health concerns related to COVID-19, the pandemic has directly affected the familiarity of our jobs, schools, and...

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Tags: counseling, depression, anxiety, christian counseling, teletherapy

Faith Bigger Than Fear

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

As we continue to face the unknowns of the COVID-19 pandemic and are informed of the potential of an additional 30 days of shelter in place, it is only human to feel mounting fear and tension.  But I would like to encourage you to focus on the sovereignty of God and the very peace of his...

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Tags: faith, god, family, fear

Practical Tips for Managing Your Finances in This Season of Doing More with Less!

Posted by Harmony Empowered Living Program (H.E.L.P.) Team on

Utilize your local food pantry. Food Pantries like our Harmony CDC Food Pantry and Resource Center offer, wholesome, nutritious food at no cost.  Our Food Pantry provides rice, beans, pasta, canned vegetables and fruits, nuts, peanut butter, tomato sauce, cereal, frozen meat, canned meat...

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Tags: finances, money, community, pandemic, coronavirus, covid 19

Healthy Relationships

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

“If it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone” Many people unfortunately fall into the bad habit of believing and expecting that our partner is meant to be our source of all happiness, love and fulfillment in our lives. However, in a truly vibrant...

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Tags: love, family, marriage, relationships, relationship

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

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