It’s OK to ask for help, because we weren’t made to do this alone. Everyone battles with stresses in life. You could be an individual feeling isolated and confused or a couple in conflict, a parent arguing with a child or employees mourning the loss of a coworker. At some point in our life, we could all use a little help. We provide professional counseling services to children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly in various settings, including eight offices throughout the St. Louis area. Our clinicians are skilled in providing individual, couples, marital, as well as family and group therapy. Life isn’t always easy, but it can be better with a little help.
Being a kid in school these days isn’t easy. As adults, we remember how hard it was when we were kids, when the biggest concern was someone offering you a cigarette or a fight over a girl. Now kids deal with sexual situations, drugs, bullying, and even fear for their own life. Our program is designed to assist students from kindergarten through 12th grade who are attending parochial, private, and public schools. We are the leading provider of school-specific services based on the philosophy that the school, family, and community are partners in educating our children, strengthening families, and building stronger, safer communities.
Do you hear conversations at work about what’s going on in people’s lives. Are they stressed out? Do they spend time thinking about how they are going to get dinner cooked and all three kids to different activities, or how the company had to add security cameras so everyone is safe or how the person three cubes down is impossible to work with! These are all REAL-LIFE situations, and left unchecked, can begin to wear down employees, cause conflict, increase employee turnover or worse. Saint Louis Counseling provides an opportunity for companies to create a path of overall wellness for employees, which creates the opportunity for increased performance.
Saint Louis Counseling trains a wide range of professionals and businesses on topics such as trauma-informed care, self-care, parenting, conflict management, etc. Schedule a meeting with a member of the leadership team to explore the components of a custom training program that will allow you and your employees the ability to put your best foot forward, communicate effectively, and handle any situation with finesse and skill. It’s a chance to not only develop desirable business skills, but skills that can give a person the added benefit of boosting one’s self-confidence. Whatever your situation, there’s a workshop designed to provide you with the powerful, confident and assertive skills guaranteed to get careers and attitudes moving in the right direction.
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We are mothers, fathers, husbands, wives, parents, grandparents. We have friends and family and live in the same community that we serve.
We have experienced the joys in life, and we have experienced sadness, heartbreaks, and hurt. We have dedicated our lives to helping others. We are licensed professionals and teachers who want you to experience the the best version of yourself.
Talk about it! One in four adults in the U.S. has been diagnosed with a mental illness. By starting the conversation, we can #BreakDownStigma and give people the hope and healing they need. Saint Louis Counseling can help: 314-544-3800 https://t.co/JGZ46YSMpW
Are you trying to work through a tough time right now? Would it help to talk things through with a licensed therapist? We have current openings in our offices this week and next. Schedule an appointment at 314-544-3800 or https://t.co/LSK6oT9aeg
Singer-songwriter John Henry and Executive Director Tom Duff, MSW, LCSW talk music, mental health, writing, working hard, being cool with people and building relationships in week’s episode of Mental Health Matters: https://t.co/QLuZhvycCd
Congrats to Suzanne Stumpf, MSW, LCSW, clinical therapist in our School Partnership Program, @ICDSchool, who sees 25 students/week & was recognized as Staff Member of the Quarter for her “hard work & dedication to the students, families & fellow staff members!” #BreakDownStigma