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Individual, Child, Family & Marriage Counseling

Catholic Charities has been providing counseling services since 1960. The program is accredited by the Council of Accreditation of Services to Families and Children since 1995. Counselors within the program are experienced in many areas of practice and can help clients address a wide array of concerns. The counselors have master’s degrees in mental health or human service fields and are trained and licensed in their respective fields, including Psychology, Social Work, Clinical Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy.

At Catholic Charities, we approach each client in a unique fashion using a variety of interventions and evidenced based practices to address your concern. The approach in counseling is holistic, collaborative, and is individualized for each client.

For clients who have experienced traumatic events, either as children or as adults, we offer trauma-informed care, including the use of EMDR, or Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. EMDR is a technique which helps the brain more efficiently and fully process past traumas. For clients for whom this is an appropriate treatment, the result is often a significant decrease in emotional distress related to the trauma memories.

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As counselors work with each individual client, they may provide individual adult or child counseling, couples therapy, or family therapy. A unique aspect of Catholic Charities Counseling program is the opportunity to include spirituality as a part of the process. Counselors can also refer to the following additional Catholic Charities programs: Parenting, Housing, or community resources as needed.

For program information or to schedule an appointment:

Call Client Care 859-581-8974
Monday - Friday
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Please have insurance and income information available for Client Care to best serve you.

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