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Offers office and outpatient counseling, family, children, group therapy by licensed professionals

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SAINT LOUIS COUNSELING

providing professional counseling services to children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly in various settings, including offices throughout the St. Louis area, schools, and places of employment.

Saint Louis Counseling provides services to everyone…PERIOD!

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We’re all fighting this together. Thank you @canucks for your support with mental health. #HockeyTalks #canucks #Oilers https://t.co/inr2asCinu

Find out in #MentalHealthMatters podcast #9 what @stltoday #sports columnist @benhochman means by "Leading the league in smiles" & how we can make #mentalhealth a priority for the common good:
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@DexterFowler @Cardinals @mlb @FOCUSstl @namiSTL @cc_stl

We are most grateful to SPP Coordinator Mary Alice LaDuke who has supported countless people w/ improved mental health for 20 yrs and will embark upon a 3-yr service program in Spain in Feb. On 1/11/19, she was presented w/ special gifts for her journey. God speed, Mary Alice!

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Special Guest: Benjamin Hochman
Sports Columnist: St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Podcast Host: Hosted Ravioli
Author:
• The Big 50: St. Louis Cardinals: The Men and Moments that Made the St. Louis Cardinals
• If These Walls Could Talk: Colorado Rockies: Stories from the Colorado Rockies Dugout, Locker Room, and Press Box
• Fourth and New Orleans: How Tulane Football Survived the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina

Summary:
Sports columnist Benjamin Hochman’s penchant for words and his understanding of the human condition chronicle more than an athlete’s or team’s performance. His insights shine light on the person behind the jersey. So when St. Louis Cardinal Dexter Fowler recently stated that he was dealing with depression last season, Ben took the opportunity in his column to not only acknowledge the outfielder’s courage, but also address how his candor should – at the very least – make mental health okay to talk about in St. Louis.

“We have just one life to live,” Ben asserted. “Don’t be afraid to deal with tough stuff. Embrace what you’re going through and talk to someone.” Ben takes his own advice to heart. He’s had to navigate some tough times and has talked with therapists. And, he’s not afraid to say that out loud. He and his wife also live by a mantra that Ben aptly coined: “Leading the league in smiles.” Find out in this week’s Mental Health Matters episode #9 what that means, and learn about some of the pressures that public figures face and how we, as a community, can make mental health a priority for the common good.

--With
Benjamin Hochman
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Dexter Fowler
St. Louis Cardinals
MLB
NAMI St. Louis
FOCUS St. Louis
Catholic Charities St. Louis
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#WednesdayWellness #BreakDownStigma #MentalHealth #Hope ...

#WednesdayWellness #BreakDownStigma #MentalHealth #Hope

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Saint Louis Counseling

Saint Louis Counseling is most grateful to clinical therapist and School Partnership Program (SPP) Coordinator Mary Alice LaDuke, who has helped countless individuals and families find healing and improved mental health for the past 20 years!

In February, Mary Alice will be leaving Saint Louis Counseling to embark upon a three-year service outreach program in Spain. At an all-staff meeting on January 11, Mary Alice was recognized by Chief Program Officer Saundra Barker for her tenure, with a Saint Louis print by John Pils – a reminder that her colleagues here in St. Louis will be thinking about and praying for her throughout her journey!

Saint Louis Counseling and the School Partnership Program are better because of Mary Alice’s dedication and commitment to helping people through her counseling career! Thank you and God speed, Mary Alice!
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Saint Louis Counseling is most grateful to clinical therapist and School Partnership Program (SPP) Coordinator Mary Alice LaDuke, who has helped countless individuals and families find healing and improved mental health for the past 20 years!  In February, Mary Alice will be leaving Saint Louis Counseling to embark upon a three-year service outreach program in Spain. At an all-staff meeting on January 11, Mary Alice was recognized by Chief Program Officer Saundra Barker for her tenure, with a Saint Louis print by John Pils – a reminder that her colleagues here in St. Louis will be thinking about and praying for her throughout her journey!  Saint Louis Counseling and the School Partnership Program are better because of Mary Alice’s dedication and commitment to helping people through her counseling career! Thank you and God speed, Mary Alice!Image attachment
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