We are called to live a full life with purpose, but that may feel difficult in uncertain times. Dealing with stressful issues, family relationships, financial worries and personal concerns can feel overwhelming, particularly under the current conditions we are all living. At times such as these, self-care is important for physical, psychological, emotional, and spiritual health. The need to confine ourselves to home for extended periods of time, and the requirements of social distancing can add even sharper feelings of loneliness, anxiety, isolation, and helplessness. Fear for our own safety and that of loved ones, or grief over the loss of someone close makes it difficult to cope on a daily basis. Maintaining a sense of peace and calm is challenging when facing it alone.

Living Waters Therapeutic Catholic Counseling offers individual, couple and family therapy for adults, teens and children. Using integrated therapies including psychotherapy, mental health counseling, pastoral counseling, prayer and contemplative pray, Living Waters provides individualized attention to address many life situations. The caring staff of counselors spans a range of specialties to ensure clients are paired with someone uniquely qualified to address their personal concerns from a pastoral perspective. An integrated Wholeness Approach offers complete healing of the intellectual, emotional, body and spirit, rooted in prayer and Catholic traditions.

Currently Living Waters offers Telemental Health services online, with access via a secure platform for individuals, couples, and families. Carol Rubano is the founder and a licensed therapist of Living Waters and is available to answer any questions. Call or email for further information or to make an appointment at 631.271.0913 / carol@livingwaterstherapy.org.