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Donations go to a benevolent account to help people in the Sparta & surrounding communitys.
Anger management - Anger management is training for temper control and developing the skill of remaining calm and composed. It has been described as deploying anger successfully. Anger is frequently a result of frustration, or of feeling blocked or thwarted from something we feel to be important.
Behavioral therapy for children - Although behavioral approaches for children and adolescents vary widely, they focus primarily on how some problematic thoughts or behaviors may accidentally get "rewarded" within a young person's environment. These rewards or reinforcements often contribute to an increase in the frequency of these thoughts and behaviors. Behavior therapies can be applied to a wide range of psychological symptoms among adults, adolescents, and children.
Behavioral therapy for teens - has been shown to have significant positive effects on teens for a number of different issues, including but not limited to: Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Eating Disorders, and Substance Abuse struggles. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a goal-oriented approach to therapy that focuses on examining connections between teens’ thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
Funeral Officiant . - A funeral can be conducted by whomever you choose. If the funeral or memorial service will be held in a religious place of worship, the clergy there can lead the service. If the funeral or memorial service will be held in a funeral home, the director of the funeral home can lead the service, you can bring in a clergy member to lead the service, or someone else—such as a friend or family membe can officiate. If you'll be having a memorial service at a venue of your choosing, you can ask anyone you like.
Individual Session - Individual therapy (sometimes called “counseling” is a process through which clients work one-on-one with the chaplain—in a safe, caring, and confidential environment—to explore their feelings, beliefs, or behaviors, work through challenging or influential memories, identify aspects of their live's
Intake session - Intake interviews are the most common type of interview in Biblical Counseling. They occur when a client first comes to seek help from a chaplain. The intake interview is important in Biblical Counseling because it is the first interaction that occurs between the client and the chaplain.
Marriage Counseling - Are you looking for a marriage counselor to help you fix the problems in your marriage? Are you struggling with communication? Has a lack of trust damaged your relationship? Has one of you fallen out of love?
Don't lose hope and give up. Marriages naturally go through ups and downs.
Reality Check - Currently in testing stage - If successful "Reality Check" will run for preteens, and teens age 16 and younger. Participants will do community service, run a gamut of exercises, and meet men and women who have served time in jail and prison for various crimes, most will be brought for the specific offense they are here for but not limited to: stealing, fighting, disrespect, weapons, out of school suspension. More information as this develops.
Webcam Therapy - Can’t make it to my office? No problem! Give us the opportunity to introduce you to virtual therapy from the comfort of your home or office. Therapy via Vsee (Click the link to download the program) is incredibly easy and has generated amazing results with clients from all over the world! Once down loaded go to the search bar and enter chaplain,email@example.com
Just like in-office therapy, webcam therapy visits are one-on-one and specifically designed to address our clients’ postural dysfunctions and compensations that are causing pain. These appointments also allow for real-time feedback when working through the a secure virtual connection, establishing an open line of communication between the client and their therapist. Just as if you were in my office! This is a 30 minute service.
Wedding Officiant - What exactly does an officiant do? A Wedding Officiant is the person who stands at the end of the aisle, says a few words, closes with "you may now kiss the bride", gets the marriage licenses signed, and then goes on his or her merry way, right? Unfortunately, this is not even close! Most people, as we have found, have no idea how much time is really spent on a wedding and the preparation leading up to it! The officiant is a busy "behind the scenes" person.