Are you ready to start living your life to its fullest potential? Now is the time to take back control of your direction, start fresh, set realistic goals, and begin living life with purpose!
As professional therapists, our role is to guide you as you take steps towards positive life changes, healing, and a healthy mind. Together we’ll work to uncover and better understand the life challenges and day-to-day stressors that detract from your life and focus, and begin identifying and practicing things that will make you stronger.
Maybe it’s anxiety, a relationship problem, or emotional pain from long ago. Maybe it’s something that “just doesn’t feel right”, or perhaps you just need extra support for a major life decision or situation. We’re here to listen and to help provide the confidence and guidance you need to change negative behavior patterns and begin taking steps in the right direction.
Contact us to learn more about setting up a consultation. We work with individuals, couples, and groups, and see both adolescents as well as adults.
REGISTRATION IS OPEN for the 2018 University of Houston Out of the Darkness Campus Walk. There is no cost to register but walkers who raise $100 by April 14 will receive the official Out of the Darkness Walk t-shirt. Stay tuned for announcements and other opportunities to get recognized.
Register today and join us at the UH Lynn Eusan Park
on April 14.
Please consider making a contribution today to AFSP to ensure we continue to connect people and communities to the programs and resources needed to impact lives. Your gift enables us to take bold steps toward achieving AFSP’s goal of reducing the suicide rate 20% by 2025. We cannot reach that milestone without your support. Together, we can make a difference.
Depression in Men: 14 Warning Signs
Over 6 million men struggle with depression in the United States every year. They account for a shocking 75-80% of suicides. Know the signs and what to do...
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American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
As we wrap up May Mental Health Awareness Month, we need your help to support our mission to save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide.
This week Give an Hour kicks off their annual Celebration of Service in Washington, D.C., as they celebrate 11 years of providing free mental health care to those who serve and their families. Generous providers have now given 200,000 hours of service.
Be the Voice to #StopSuicide
Join us for National Suicide Prevention Week (September 5-11) to raise our voices to save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide. Take the pledge to let your friends know you're a safe person to talk to about mental health,
Announcement from the AFSP
We wanted to spread the word as we celebrate AFSP's expansion into all 50 states and the launch of their new mission statement to save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide.