April marks Counseling Awareness Month, a time to honor mental health, substance abuse, and school counselors.
We recognize and appreciate our dedicated Coleman professionals that are working tirelessly in an environment of unprecedented unemployment, uncertainty, and stress.
In this turbulent time of COVID-19, seeking counseling is a proactive way to manage your problems, whether it’s the loss of a job, shifting to working from home, or dealing effectively with other family members that are generally not in your home 24/7.
Counseling can help you develop new skills and put together a plan to cope with whatever life experiences have come your way. Professional counselors assist in bringing you back to a state of restfulness and balance.
Counseling is a safe place to express any feelings you may have difficulty sharing with your employer, family members, and friends. Counseling can touch you at any point in your lifespan from childhood through your senior years.
The infographic below represents the number/type of counselors in the United States and the percentage of individuals who have sought counseling.
We Support All Counselors
At Coleman, we know that counseling helps our clients develop a plan for mental and emotional wellness. We recognize and appreciate these dedicated professionals that are working tirelessly in an environment of unprecedented unemployment, uncertainty, and stress.
Coleman Professional Services Has COVID-19 Counseling Options
As long as Ohio is under the shelter-in-place order, Coleman has pivoted to provide you with the support and care you need with the following virtual options in the nine counties we serve:
- Call-In-Clinics in place of our usual Walk-In Clinic Hours. These virtual appointments are available 24/7 and will help preserve social distancing while still providing immediate help to those in need.
- Telehealth Visits for all Coleman clients with a previously scheduled appointment to receive the same excellent service without coming into our office. Virtual visits with Coleman are confidential. To change your in-person appointment to a virtual one, simply call us at (800) 673-1347. Appointments will be conducted either over the telephone, using FaceTime or Microsoft Teams.
Please remember, we support all individuals in our region, regardless of their ability to pay. If you need to talk to someone in a safe and confidential environment, please contact us today.