We are here to offer hope
Many individuals seek counseling at some point in their lives, and seniors are no exception. Seniors face similar life challenges, as other adults, that can be difficult to navigate such as loss, past trauma, addictions, depression, anxiety, financial struggles, coping with daily stress… and they also face challenges and transitions unique to their generation. As a senior, you may be faced with raising grandchildren, forced retirement, care-taking a spouse, transitioning to a new living arrangement, adjusting to a fixed income, daily chronic pain or terminal illness.
The assistance of a skilled and caring counselor can have many benefits. While these benefits vary from person to person, just beginning the process of counseling can help ease some of the isolation we all feel when confronted with difficulties in our lives. Whether you are seeking assistance for typical life challenges mentioned above or specific to being a senior, we are here to help you navigate the stormy seas through this season of life.
Our approach is very practical and straight forward. By using ‘hands on’ and interactive methods, we engage clients in the counseling process. ‘Homework’ assignments are given after each session to enhance healing and learning.
Counseling can assist you with the following:
- Addiction and recovery
- Chronic or life-threatening illness
- Conflicts with spouses, partners, family members, co-workers and others
- Creative blocks
- Cultural identity and expression
- Domestic violence
- Emotional reactivity or numbness
- Employment-related stresses and conflicts
- Financial stresses or losses
- Interpersonal conflicts
- Isolation or loneliness
- Lack of purpose or direction
- Memory Issues
- Neglect or lack of self-care
- Parenting grandchildren
- Self worth
- Spiritual discovery and growth
- Transitions to new living arrangement
We are only a button click or phone call away … Cornerstone Counseling Inc. offers Video calls, Skype or WhatsApp (whatever works for you) and flexible hours. Remember there is always HOPE!