Everyone faces different challenges in their lives, and some people find it helpful to discuss their problems, and feelings, with a professional. Counseling can help people who are experiencing a variety of challenges, including social difficulties, depression, grief, anger, self-esteem issues, marital or parental difficulties.
Counseling can also:
- Give Participants the tools to cope with challenges and manage difficult emotions
- Help Participants gain parenting and relationship skills
- Help Participants visualize and achieve their goals for the future
- What you talk about during counseling sessions is confidential.
The ROC’s social workers provide counseling to individuals experiencing issues such as anxiety, depression, trauma, domestic violence, and loss. They help the ROC’s Participants identify disordered thinking and learn new ways to cope and address the stressors in their lives. The ongoing support counseling offers is vital to a Participant’s success.
Tony first came into the ROC seeking support with parenting his young child. It soon became clear that Tony had past trauma from his own childhood that was affecting his current ability to parent the way he wanted. At the same time, the thought of confronting that trauma was scary to him.