Carolina Counseling Services - Transforming Grief into Motivation (via a Therapist)
How Do I Set Up my FIRST Appointment?
- Call: (910) 485-6336 (Fastest way to schedule)
- Text: (910) 308-3291 (Reply will be via phone)
- Email: Click to send email (You must include your phone number, because replies will only be made by telephone to ensure security/privacy)
- Call or Text for your New Patient Appointment Anytime!
- Appointment scheduling for NEW clients: Mon-Fri 8:30am-5:15pm
- New client appts may be scheduled when therapists have openings, which may include daytime, evenings and weekends.
- Established/Standing Appointments are made directly with your therapist!
- Some Therapists schedule appointments Mon-Fri 8am-8pm and Saturdays (if requested)
- Referrals: MOST beneficiaries do NOT need a Referral!
- 1310 Raeford Rd Suite 2 Fayetteville, NC 28305
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE FOR NEW CLIENT REGISTRATION:
For your first appt at the Raeford Rd location come to this address:
Transforming Grief into Motivation (via a Therapist)
How long have you been wallowing in grief? Going through an intense period of grief is normal. While the pain may not really totally dissipate, you’ll be able to accept your loss in due time so that you can start moving forward. If your grief seems to be getting worse or it has become the centerstage of your life, you have to do something about it. A proactive way of recovering from grief can be through the guidance of a qualified. licensed therapist.
Grieving is Personal
It is really hard to say when you should be recovering from your grief because it is a subjective and highly individual experience. Your ability to bounce back from grief is a function of several factors including your personal relationship with your faith, your past brushes with losses and tragedies, your support system, etc.
For instance, crying can help you release your pent up emotions, but that doesn’t mean that another person (perhaps a family member) who isn’t crying is not experiencing the same grief as you. Don’t conceal your feelings and welcome support from family and friends, but don’t let them drag you deeper into those feelings, particularly when they are not qualified to help you.
Knowing When to Consult a Therapist
After a tragic or painful loss of someone or something extremely valuable to you, expect to feel sadness, shock, even anger; the more important the loss, the more powerful the emotion. Some may feel harrowing feeling that you feel you’re going crazy; it is still normal.
You need to see a qualified therapist if the feeling persists for an unusually long time or it is taking over your life. If you observe that manifestations are getting worse, it will be good that you seek help before the emotion become more overwhelming. If you (or any grief-stricken family/friend) are manifesting other symptoms such as guilt, fear, anger and certain physical symptoms, don’t ignore them; see a therapist.
If you suffered a loss, don’t push grief away; it is a normal reaction. Accept the fact that you need to grieve; maybe you need to cry or be angry to be able to vent the bottled emotions. Be very vigilant, however, for signs of a more serious problem such as depression or complicated grief. See a therapist when you are certain that grief is preventing you from moving forward, or from functioning in your everyday life.
At Carolina Counseling Services, we can assist you through your grief and make sure that it is transformed into something productive. We will not promise to erase or put an end to your grief because that would be next to impossible. Rather, we will help you resolve your grief by transforming it into something you can live with, so you can get back to enjoying your life and looking forward to the days ahead.
Are you read to Move forward? Let Carolina Counseling Services guide you through your grief. Call now to schedule your appt!
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Confidential / Private Sessions
Carolina Counseling Services contracts independently with Licensed professional counselors/therapists/psychologists who provide a friendly, relaxed atmosphere to everyone. Carolina Counseling Services independently contracted therapists assist individuals, couples, families, and children with counseling services that will help put your life back on track. Working with both non military and military is a joy and the therapist you choose will be happy to assist you whether you are a "civilian", or if you are a dependent or retiree.
Counseling and Therapy are often used interchangeably in our English language. The same is true for Counselor and Therapist. It really doesn't matter which word you use. When you need help, it is best to talk to someone who is not only objective, but who has had lots of experience helping others who have been in similar situations as yourself. A friendly Counselor or Therapist who is trained, licensed and experienced is the one who can assist the most. You don't have to figure it out alone. All independently contracted therapists are licensed, friendly professionals. Call to schedule your appt now!
If we can't help you, we will be happy to refer you to someone who can. We look forward to assisting you!!!.
Evening and Weekend Appts Available with specific therapists
Evening and Weekend appointments: We have therapists available for appointments from 8am to 8pm Monday through Friday. Some therapists have Saturday appointments available if requested.
Serving Areas: Carolina Counseling Services
Counties: Cumberland, Hoke, Bladen, Sampson, and Robeson Counties, NC
Areas: Fayetteville NC, Ft Bragg NC, Pope Field NC, Hope Mills NC, Raeford NC, Rockfish NC, Silver City NC, Cedar Creek NC, Bowmore NC, Autryville NC, Parkton NC, Dundarrach NC, Broadway NC, Lumber Bridge NC, Rex NC, Eastover NC, Stedman NC
Military Community areas: Ardennes NC Bataan NC, Casablanca NC, Anzio Acre, NC, Corregidor NC, Bougainville NC, Hammond Hills NC, Nijimegen NC, Cherbourg NC, Normandy NC, Bastogne NC, Pope NC, Ste Mere Eglise NC,
Zip Codes: 28301, 28302, 28303, 28304, 28305, 28306, 28307, 28309, 28312, 28314