Charity Offers Free Counseling for Challenging Times
Never Go Thirsty, a 501(c)3 organization, is offering free counseling through Living Waters Catholic Therapeutic Counseling for a limited time for anyone concerned with resuming their life in the midst of Covid-19.
As everyone tries to pick up where they left off in life before the pandemic, it can take some time – and help – to adjust. Carol Rubano, the founder of Living Waters Catholic Therapeutic Counseling gave an informative webinar on Thursday June 25. “A New Normal: Prepare for Re-Entry” is a presentation on resuming work and life under pandemic conditions. In case you missed it, you can watch the full presentation here.
Free private counseling sessions are available at Living Waters with licensed therapists for a limited time, to help anyone who would benefit from talking to someone about their concerns in these challenging times.
Using an integrated approach covering intellectual, emotional, physical, and spiritual aspects, Carol Rubano and her caring staff work with individuals, couples, and families on issues of particular importance to each member. The counselors also use prayer and faith for those who are open to it, and work with each person on spiritual development at their own comfortable pace. The goal is for everyone to become their most authentic self.
Contact Living Waters at 631.271.0913 for a confidential conversation, or to make an appointment.
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