What counseling means

At CNH the term counseling is looked at as just additional resource or service we have the capacity to provide to the families we serve. Whether its one on one counseling to assist with coping skill and loss, to assessing and evaluating early interventions in our child care facilities. The Counseling Department provides group counseling workshops on wellness, employability and violence prevention. In addition, our therapist are available to provide confidential and personalized counseling for individuals, couples and families. We serve individuals from ages 5 to 55+ years. Our therapists incorporate evidence-based cutting edge tools into their work with clients and every client receives individualized care based on their needs and goals.

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Mental Health awareness in the African American community

Please listen to what our friends at PEERS has to say about educating the community about mental health. PEERS is dedicated to promoting education and ending stigma around mental health in the African American community. Listen to the inspiring stories of DeWitt Buckingham and Brianna Williams, and learn more about this important social issue.

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Mental Health Matters

All counselors are experienced and professional and can assist in many areas. Areas of expertise include:

  • Separation & Loss
  • Parenting Issues
  • Depression or Anxiety
  • Relationship
  • Stress Management
  • Family Issues
  • Decision-Making
  • Self-Esteem

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