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
Did you know that approximately 50% of employees say stress and personal issues are the most common reasons for work absence and that 49% of employees lose an hour of productivity or more each day (that’s right, each day!) due to stress? This impacts YOUR bottom line.
So what can YOU as the business owner or HR point of contact do to reduce this number? Here are just two, of many possibilities. Consider putting together a company picnic as a way to offer a token of appreciation for your employees. Many companies use the summer picnic as a way to say thank you to their employees who work hard throughout the year. Studies have shown that workers who feel appreciated typically feel motivated to work harder for an employer. So while hotdogs and a game of beanbags may not seem like much, it can create the opportunity to say thanks to your employees in a memorable way. Another option is to offer employee a stress management workshop. These can be offered on-site and even during lunch. The workplace can be a strong contributor to mental wellbeing, giving the opportunity to feel productive and achieve potential. Yet, it can also be a negative and stressful environment, which contributes to the rise of mental health problems and illnesses. These workshops can help you, your leaders and your team members promote mental well-being within your business. Stress management workshops assist your employees in being able to better manage stress with the goal that happier, less stressed employees come to work and are more productive.
Our Business Services offered through the Center for Personal Wellness, LLC may be able to help your business. We cater to small businesses and organizations to provide a tailored package of programs, services, and resources designed to benefit employers and employees, and positively impact your bottom line. Check us out here or call (877) 262-GROW.
Taking a screening test is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition.
We are pleased to offer free, online, mental health screening tools. You can get a preliminary evaluation in the privacy of your own home to see whether you may be at risk for certain conditions. The online screenings are informational, not diagnostic, and treatment recommendations are not provided. If you suspect that you might suffer from depression, anxiety, etc, print out the results of your screening, and share them with your health care professional.
Click on the options below to begin taking any of the following assessments:
You can view even more resources and screening tools here.
Disclaimer: By clicking the links, you acknowledge that this form is not a diagnostic instrument and is only to be used within the context of your medical treatment and by you if you are greater than 18 years old. Share your checklist responses and assessment with your physician or therapist. The maker and provider of this form, and all sponsoring partners disclaim any liability, loss, or risk incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly, from the use and application of any of this material.