Children and Adolescents
Counseling children and adolescents can have significant positive effects.  Grief and loss  through separation (adoption, divorce, death of a significant person) can result in anxiety or depression and can be addressed in the counseling relationship.  Defiance and self-destructive behavior often is a result of poor self-image and/or family problems that can be resolved.  Frequently family therapy may be recommended for treatment.  
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Seniors are an underserved group.  Counseling can be a meaningful intervention for seniors coping with stresses of modern life.  With the increasingly rapid pace of change that marks modern life and greater life expectancy with more uncertainly about the future, seniors are increasingly at risk for mental health difficulties.  The loss of significant persons and the support group that one has established results in increased isolation and withdrawal from social contact, to the detriment of one’s physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual growth. 
Adults can present a wide range of issues that are amenable to counseling, including anxiety, depression, addictions, obsessive-compulsive anxiety disorder and relationship-based problems (for example: marital  problems, work-related issues, trauma and/or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) related difficulties. 
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