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Through counseling you create change.

The decision to receive family counseling services is often made while dealing with some challenging circumstances. So our hope is to make getting started easier. Reading this orientation first will help to clarify how you might use us to assist you with your current challenges. Your counselor will be happy to address any questions or concerns. We thank you for considering NCES and look forward to helping you.
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Our mission

family counseling, family counselor
family counseling, family counselor Provide hope and healing to individuals, adolescents and couples experiencing distress.

We offer a broad range of high-quality mental health and family counseling with an extraordinary level of service. Here you will find a warm, caring, and confidential environment where you may explore the topics that are keeping you from living the life you want.

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Ten Ways to Build Resilience!

Family Counseling can help your family in each one of these factors including:
(1) maintaining good interpersonal relationships with close family members, friends and others;
(2) avoid seeing crises or stressful events as unbearable problems;
(3) accept circumstances that cannot be changed;
(4) develop realistic goals and move towards them;
(5) take decisive actions in adverse situations;
(6) look for opportunities of self-discovery after a struggle with loss;
(7) developing self-confidence;
(8) keep a long-term perspective and consider the stressful event in a broader context;
(9) maintain a hopeful outlook, expecting good things and visualizing what is wished;
(10) engage in relaxing activities that one enjoys.

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