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Posts in Category: Family Counseling

Life After an Eating Disorder Recovery

What does life look like after recovery from an eating disorder? By: Christena N. Wilkerson, MSEd, LMHC, Supervising Therapist Much like an addiction recovery, an eating disorder recovery requires the individual to continue to meet with a counselor, follow a meal plan, participate in a support group, and establish boundaries. Happiness and self-esteem come from […]

I lost my mom last year, who can I talk to about grief?

I lost my mom last year and haven’t gotten over it. Who can I talk to? Aubrey Garner, Crosswinds Therapist Grief is a stomach-turning, despair-filling, and unpredictable thing. Even therapists cannot pinpoint what grief will look like from one person to another. This may be a scary thought; however, it is also truly freeing. There […]

[Infographic] Prescription Drug Abuse

Prescription drug abuse can affect anyone – and is becoming more and more common. By knowing the symptoms and keeping your prescriptions safe, you can minimize the risk of prescription drug abuse in your household. If you or a loved one is struggling with a prescription drug addiction, we can help. Contact Crosswinds today to learn […]

My Husband has Anxiety, Will In-Home Counseling Help?

Can in-home counseling help my husband with his anxiety? By T. Martin Graverson, M.A. – Therapist According to various surveys, anywhere from 18-30% of Americans suffer from anxiety.  Although women are twice as likely to have anxiety than men, the effects of anxiety on men can be debilitating.  In-home counseling offers many benefits and eliminates […]