Foster Care

Foster Care By Charlie Marquardt, MEd, MA, LCMHCA According to the Annie E. Casey Foundation, there were 17,280 children in North Carolina’s foster care system in 2018. The number is staggering. But God, in His [...]

Online Counseling for Children

How Will Online Counseling Work with Children and Adolescents? By Abigail Squires, MS, LCMHCA Many parents, guardians, and clients themselves wonder —and are even skeptical—of how a video therapy session might work.  While we [...]

Online Counseling

Online Counseling During Uncertain Times By Galina Olivera-Celdran, PhD., LCMHCS, Executive Director Finding help for your emotional and spiritual health during this time of change, anxiety and uncertainty might be one of the best [...]

Parenting Freedom

Parenting from Fear: How to Free Yourself from Emotional Bondage By: Chudney Drew, LPCA Fear is one of the most basic human emotions, yet one of the few emotions that can cripple one’s spirit [...]

Grieving the Loss of a Loved One

By: April B. Pomerlyan, MA Ed, LPC As Valentine’s Day approaches, I imagine that for many it is a happy time, while for others who have experienced the loss of a loved one, it [...]