Find the right therapist or marriage counselor near Augusta, Georgia.
Magnolia Associates Of Augusta, Licensed Professional Counselors
Professional Psychotherapeutic Services
Location: 3633 Wheeler Road, Suite 100A, Augusta 30909
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|Depression And Anxiety||Parenting|
|Trauma/PTSD||Gay And Lesbian Issues|
Ultimately, counseling should help clients focus on making their lives better. Our goal is to understand their concerns with their lives, assist in moving beyond the pain of the past, and empower them to make change for a richer, more rewarding future.
City of Augusta
Georgia Board of Professional Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage and Family Therapists
Therapy Augusta, GA
Counseling Bonair, Westside Augusta, Westwick, King, Albion Acres, Richmond Hill, Clearwater
Augusta is located in a beautiful part of Georgia with attractions geared toward everyone within the family as well as singles and couples. Phinizy Swamp Nature Park is located on Lock and Dam Road with trails, boardwalks, and much more. Here you and your family can enjoy the great outdoors, while also learning about wildlife.1 For families who wish to stay indoors, the Imperial Theatre features theatrical performances of all types as well as opera and ballet. Grab your significant other, children, and teenagers to join you as you venture to this local attraction. Enterprise Mill is a historic location within the city with restaurants and boutiques throughout. The Meadow Garden House Museum is another site great for families; this location was George Walton's home, who was among the few to sign the Declaration of Independence.
Mental Health in Augusta
Alcohol addiction is a highly common mental health concern.2 It can cause family strife, job loss, homelessness and lead to criminal activity, all of which can further negatively impact one's mental health. People who are trying to get clean, as well as their friends and loved ones, need a strong support system in place if they are to succeed in recovery. Al-Anon/Alateen of Georgia offers family support groups, where loved ones of an alcoholic can come together and support one another, share their experiences and their strengths, and find hope in the successes of other families.3 Individuals who struggle with a drug addiction can find hope for recovery in a local Narcotics Anonymous meeting. NA meetings are held on a regular basis in Augusta. All meetings are free; the only requirement for joining is a commitment to stop using. For information about meeting times and locations, call 706-855-2419.4
Oftentimes the mental health needs of Augusta's poor residents are fulfilled by local non-profit agencies, charities or church organizations. The First Baptist Church is one such organization that seeks to reduce hurt and pain and improve daily functioning through various mental-health related programs. Women who have escaped an abusive relationship can seek shelter, find food and clothing, and participate in support groups to help repair emotional and mental damage. Homeless individuals, who often live with serious and persistent mental disorders, can get a hot meal, hygiene products, clothing and spiritual support. Many more services are provided. Contact the church at 706-733-2236 for more information.5
Children with intellectual giftedness require opportunities for advanced coursework and challenging curricula in order to meet their full potential. As a result, the Richmond County School System accommodates gifted students by differentiating normal instruction to include learning experiences that are more advanced and more sophisticated. Higher ordered learning is facilitated through rigorous content, process, and products that connect student learning to real-world applications. These enriched and accelerated experiences foster the attitudes and skills students need to have success in the future.6
1. City of Augusta. (2014). Phinizy Swamp Nature Park.
Retrieved from http://www.augustaga.org/Things-to-Do/Attractions/Phinizy-Swamp-Nature-Park
2. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. (2014). Alcohol Alert.
Retrieved from http://pubs.niaaa.nih.gov/publications/AA76/AA76.htm
3. Al-Anon Family Groups of Georgia. (2013). Homepage.
Retrieved from http://www.ga-al-anon.org/
4. Recovery Augusta. (2014). Support Groups.
Retrieved from http://www.recoveryaugusta.org/supportgroups.html
5. First Baptist Church of Augusta. (2007). Community Missions.
Retrieved from http://www.fbcaugusta.org/missions/community/
6. Richmond County School System. (2014). Gifted Program.
Retrieved from http://www.rcboe.org/groups/gifted-program