Carolina Counseling Services - Finding Meaning: The Life of a Survivor
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
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ADMIN OFFICE FOR NEW CLIENT REGISTRATION:
For your first appt at the Raeford Rd location come to this address:
Finding Meaning: The Life of a Survivor
The road a survivor of major illness travels can be a long one. It starts from being diagnosed with a life-changing medical condition and does not necessarily end after the required treatment has been completed. If you’ve been travelling that road as a survivor, your search for meaning may just be beginning. If you have been through diagnosis and treatment of the disease, it may now be the time to reflect on its significance and purpose, to see who you have become or what you hope to achieve from the experience.
The Healing Process Begins
Life changing medical conditions may automatically alter your interests and priorities. What used to be important to you prior to being diagnosed may become less important afterwards. Taking a break to reflect on your life and deciding what to prioritize can set you on a journey that may challenge you to make changes.
It may be by recognizing and understanding the changes in your life that the healing process begins. You may need to accept the fact that you’re not as you once were and you may never be the same again. Confronting these changes courageously may help you to be prepared to find your new “normal”. Recognizing these changes and having the motivation to face these changes can be a foundation to long-term health.
Finding Meaning with Courage
Living with a life-threatening or chronic illness can be a huge wake up call. Your life can drastically change from the day you were diagnosed and continue to change as you move forward. Though your life may be changing, you can choose how you move on in life. You can be at peace with yourself and work toward understanding the “why’s” and “how’s” of being a survivor. Getting to the point of understanding may enable you to grasp the higher purpose and meaning of your life now and for the rest of your days. Like many survivors, you too may benefit from this principle and may use it in your recovery.
Getting Help along the Way
Survivors deserve support in facing uncertain circumstances. While family and friends can give you comforting words, you may find yourself wanting more. At Carolina Counseling Services you will find highly skilled licensed, independently contracted therapists who can provide the help you may need to continue on your road to recovery. Don’t wait, call CCS today to schedule your first appointment.
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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, Sliver City NC, Cedar Creek NC, Bowmore NC, Autryville NC, Parkton NC, Bunnlevel NC, Erwin NC, Dundarrach NC, Broadway NC, Pineview NC, Lumber Bridge, NC, Rex NC, Lemon Springs NC, Johnsonville NC, Eastover NC, Stedman NC and Wade, 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, 28311, 28312, 28314