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Louisiana Baptist University and Theological Seminary has been training passionate followers of Christ in all areas of ministry since 1973. LBU/LBTS offers an online Master of Arts in Christian Counseling and an online Doctor of Philosophy in Christian Counseling.
Awe in Autism provides inspiration and encouragement to those impacted by autism, including those who care for children or adults with autism as well as adults on the spectrum. The AweinAutism.org website features a gallery of original works of art, music, literature, poetry, photography and video created or inspired by people with autism; in addition, Awe in Autism features such works through live arts exhibitions.
TESSA provides a variety of clinical services to our clients. We offer individual for all ages to include play therapy for little ones. We also provide family counseling for all ages although we are not able to service abuses or offenders. We provide a large variety of group services to include psychoeducation, clinical processing along with support groups. We offer these groups for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault (adult or adults with childhood abuse). We provide a psychoeducation and skill building group for children from birth to teens. We have a wide range of providers that are able to use modalities such as Internal Family Systems, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and some that could provide EMDR also. We predominately are available for services Monday thru Thursdays- 7:30a-4:30p, and Fridays 7:30a-12:00p, although there is some flexibility.
The M.S. degree in clinical psychology at FHSU has a long history of preparing students for entry into the professional of clinical psychology. Completion of the program will prepare you for licensure as a master’s level psychologist in the state of Kansas and other states. Master’s level psychologists conduct psychotherapy, psychological assessment, and other professional functions in a variety of settings, including community mental health centers, private practices, psychiatric hospitals, and various types of residential treatment centers. In addition to preparing you for master’s level licensure, the program also prepares you for future doctoral study.
HealGrief, a nonprofit, is a social support network for people who are grieving, bereaved or for those just wanting to help them. By taking a modern approach to the way individuals communicate a loved one’s death, HealGrief brings family, friends and communities from around the globe to a virtual place to grieve and heal together. Everything they do is inspired by their core mission: guiding one’s journey with grief into a healthy grief recovery.
From the moment a loved one dies, HealGrief.org guides individuals through grief’s journey. They begin by taking the place of the traditional obituary. At no cost, users create a funeral notice and can choose to disseminate it to family and friends around the globe. From within the funeral notice, virtual candles are lit and memories are shared. Cathartic to users, this provides instant comfort as the funeral notice transitions into a celebration of the decedent’s life. This online interaction, changes the way we handle grief, but ultimately provides comfort as one journeys to a healthy grief recovery.
Additional no-fee programs include a virtual:
Candle Gallery - Individuals can light and share a virtual candle in memory of their loved one;
Before I Die…wall - A virtual wall provoking thoughts about living life, to its fullest, every day.
Loss Project & Artful Healing - Inspiring healing through art.
PetsCountToo! - Providing tools to guide a child’s first experience with death into a healthy grief recovery.
PAD was begun in 1983 by a group of parents concerned about the use of alcohol and other drugs by their teenage children. Through the years, PAD has developed a substantial portfolio of services. PAD develops and provides innovative and relevant resources, programs and services, based on current research and “better/best practices” aimed at parents, professionals (teachers, health promoters, practitioners) and youth. PAD is an Ontario-wide organization whose programs and resources are used in communities across Canada.
Mission: PAD provides innovative, evidence-based programs and resources for youth, families, professionals and community members concerning issues that impact substance use and youth.
Vision: Healthy and informed youth, families and communities.
Renewed provides free, professional and confidential referrals for anyone affected by an eating disorder, educational training for healthcare professionals and a supportive community for those on the journey to renewed wellness. Formerly the Eating Disorders Coalition of Tennessee (EDCT), Renewed is one of the first 501(c)3 organizations in the southeast exclusively focused on eating disorders.
The Compassionate Friends is a self-help support organization that provides highly personal comfort, hope, and support to every family experiencing the death of a son or a daughter, a brother or a sister, or a grandchild, and helps others better assist the grieving family.
Each chapter, along with the supporting National Office, is committed to helping every bereaved parent, sibling, or grandparent who may walk through our doors or contact us.
TCF has over 600 chapters serving all 50 states plus Washington D.C., Puerto Rico, and Guam, that offer friendship, understanding, and hope to bereaved parents, siblings, grandparents, and other family members during the natural grieving process after a child has died. Around the world more than 30 countries have a Compassionate Friends presence, encircling the globe with support so desperately needed when the worst has happened.
To find a local chapter: www.compassionatefriends.org/find-support/chapters/chapter-locator/
Second Wind Fund believes that every child and youth at risk of suicide should have access to the mental health treatment they need.
We match children and youth at risk for suicide with licensed therapists in their communities. If a financial or social barrier to treatment is present, we pay for up to 12 sessions of therapy from one of our specialized network providers. Our unique program helps referred youth discover hope and healing in their lives.
Address: 899 Logan St, Suite 208, Denver, CO 80203
The Mental Health Helpline provides information about mental health services in Ontario Canada. We are funded by the Government of Ontario.
Our service is live answer 24/7, confidential and free.
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Information is the first step.
A helpful Information and Referral Specialist will answer your call, email or web chat 24/7. Our service is free and confidential.
provide information about counselling services and supports in your community
listen, offer support and provide strategies to help you meet your goals
provide basic education about mental illness
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The Mental Health Helpline is a service of ConnexOntario, a free and confidential health service information organization funded by the Ontario Government.