Are you looking for couples counseling because you are concerned about your relationship?
Are you serious about saving or improving your relationship?
Worried that your marriage may not make it over the long term?
Are you tired of arguing, bickering or worse – the silent treatment?
Perhaps you are struggling in your marriage or long-term relationship. Maybe you have reached a place of being sick and tired of the same old arguments that repeat themselves over and over again. The anger, resentment and dissatisfaction may have you thinking to yourself: “Is this really worth it?” Try and you might, attempts to fix your relationship problems just don’t seem to be working. The criticism, blaming and apathy have reached a point where the both of you are completely over it. And while there still may be love between you, it just doesn’t seem like it will be enough to make positive change.
If all of this sounds familiar, you have come to the right place. We are committed to helping couples who may be in conflict find productive ways to move past the hurts, heal the wounds and strengthen important relational bonds. Check us out here for more information.
Our first workshop in our new Girl Talk Series will be taking place this Saturday. This workshop is titled "Empowering Young Women & Building Self-Esteem. We are excited for the launch of this fun, educational and empowering series! We know how important self-esteem and self-confidence are for our children, teens and young adults. We also know that research has told us that girls experience a decline in self-esteem between ages 12 and 13.
Our series will engage girls in a supportive network to build self-esteem, learn ways to support and build each other up, and develop a sense of empowerment through FUN and education!
So why did we start this series?
As mother's, one of our greatest desires is that our children believe in their abilities, strengths, and values, despite the messages they receive from the world. As a therapist, I have talked with children and teens struggling every day to make sense of their place in the world. Social expectations and school stressors are high, leaving little time for quiet self-reflection.
Do you remember the days of lying in your room, listening to the radio, lost in thought? Today, those time-out moments are far and few between, thanks to the multitude of activities and electronics competing for attention. It's important that we find a way to incorporate times for and encourage thought and self-reflection in our young girls and boys.
I want to share a video that I have found to be incredibly powerful and eye-opening. This video by Always sends a powerful message about a girl’s self-esteem that is best received by watching.
We hope that we can be a part of helping young girls and adolescents of valuing their worth and learning the importance of building each other up!
Check out more about our Girl Talk Series by visiting here.
The Center for Personal Wellness, LLC is pleased to announce and welcome Nicole Keller, MS, LPCC as the newest associate to join the practice.
Nicole Keller is an Independently Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and joining the practice with over 10 years of experience in the mental health field. She has experience in working in both outpatient and inpatient therapy settings, as well as with mental health crisis situations in the Emergency Room at Upper Valley Medical Center in Troy.
Nicole enjoys working with a wide variety of ages and issues. She has experience with children, teenagers, adults, geriatrics - in individual, group, family and couples counseling, Nicole also has experience working with those who are court ordered for counseling services. Using a nonjudgmental approach, all are welcome, whether the issue may seem big or small. She has experience with treating communication problems, anger management, domestic violence, self-esteem, addiction (drug, gambling, and porn), eating disorders, marital problems and infidelity, PTSD, ADHD, behavioral issues, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, OCD, co-dependency, personality disorders, grief and loss, post-partum issues/women's issues, parenting, self-harm, career counseling and more.
Nicole is currently accepting new patients. If you are interested in learning more about the Center for Personal Wellness and in the services that are available, please call us at (877) 262-4769 or visit us at www.centerforpersonalwellness.com