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Eastern Shore Counseling

 Professional Counseling and Psychological Services
    (251) 626-5797

main001In these difficult times, many people are finding themselves stressed out, lonely, anxious, depressed and in some cases, self-medicating with alcohol, drugs or other forms of addiction. Relationships are strained and it can feel like nothing is working.

At Professional Counseling Associates there is help available and light at the end of the tunnel.

Our Professional Therapists understand these problems and we help our clients identify and articulate their issues. We work collaboratively with our clients to develop an appropriate therapeutic plan of care in order to assist them in developing greater insight and coping skills. Our clients soon find themselves empowered with the ability to face and overcome their problems. Through this empowerment, they are able to achieve peace and stability in their life.

“Even in difficult times, we all deserve to be happy, to have hope, and to be at peace with the world and ourselves.”

logo - Professional Counseling Associates

Eastern Shore Counseling

 Professional Counseling and Psychological Services
    (251) 626-5797

main001

In these difficult times, many people are finding themselves stressed out, lonely, anxious, depressed and in some cases, self-medicating with alcohol, drugs or other forms of addiction. Relationships are strained and it can feel like nothing is working.

At Professional Counseling Associates there is help available and light at the end of the tunnel.

Our Professional Therapists understand these problems and we help our clients identify and articulate their issues. We work collaboratively with our clients to develop an appropriate therapeutic plan of care in order to assist them in developing greater insight and coping skills. Our clients soon find themselves empowered with the ability to face and overcome their problems. Through this empowerment, they are able to achieve peace and stability in their life.

“Even in difficult times, we all deserve to be happy, to have hope, and to be at peace with the world and ourselves.”

Nearly three-fourths of Americans say their whole approach to life is based on faith. But only 32 percent of psychiatrists, 33 percent of clinical psychologists and 46 percent of clinical social workers feel the same. The majority of traditional counselor training programs have no courses dealing with spiritual matters. An excerpt from the New York Times on Faith-Based Counseling

  Typical issues dealt with by our staff include:

  • Trauma
  • Anxiety
  • Relationship
  • Family
  • Divorce
  • Children of Divorce
  • Psycho-Educational Testing and Evaluations
  • ADHD Screenings
  • PTSD Counseling
  • Grief Counseling
  • Sexual Disorders
  • Sexual Addictions
  • Addictive Disorders
  • Depression