With the New Year comes new hope, wishes, changes and journeys. A wonderful article written by Christy Holding, LPC from The Samaritan Counseling Center can show what the work “journey” can mean in life and in ourselves. Find your new journey this year…
Christmas and the Holidays are a time for good, love, positive intent, sharing, connecting and being close to those you love. Here is an article written by Dr. Hamblin on Christmas and family.
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The Center recently sent out a call by an email blast to GIVE with purpose this year. Supporting the Mental health of the community can me it GROW! Give this year a gift that has meaning. If you want to… Continue reading
A common issue presented for therapy is marital or relationship distress. Most people focus on “poor communication”, “we argue a lot”, lack of connection, “no sex”and many of these issues could be resolved by increasing the love and intimacy of… Continue reading
Wikipedia describes how “Pilgrims and Puritans who emigrated from England in the 1620s and 1630s carried the tradition of Days of Fasting and Days of Thanksgiving with them to New England. The modern Thanksgiving holiday tradition is traced… Continue reading
Suicide is a real problem in society. The Samaritan Counseling Center has been involved in a number of talks, conferences, school support, outpatient services and after care for suicide survivors. We are determined to help individuals, families and educating the… Continue reading
Montgomery, AL – River Region Ethics and Public Service (RREPS) announced the recipients of the 2018 River Region Ethics and Public Service Awards, Monday, October 15, at the Wynlakes Golf and Country Club.
The luncheon and awards ceremony recognized businesses,… Continue reading
The American Physiological Society published an article about menopause, low estrogen and effects on memory. Memory issues can cause distress, hormonal issues can cause distress, menopause and all its effects can cause distress. All imply that many go through this… Continue reading
Since we are forming the future with our children it is always important to keep in mind information that helps us parent better. Avery Berry is the Center’s Associate Licensed Counselor working with many youth at Valiant Cross Academy. He… Continue reading
Strike Out the Stigma of mental illness is coordinated by the Alabama Department of Public Health, with the participation of mental health agencies and service providers in the River Region.
The Samaritan Counseling Center was proud to support Strike Out… Continue reading