Counseling Awareness Month

Dave Beal
April 1, 2022 / 2 mins read

The American Counseling Association (ACA) designates April of each year as Counseling Awareness Month "as a time of advocacy for the profession and celebration of the outstanding efforts of counselors in myriad settings as they seek to facilitate the growth and development of all people."

According to ACA, "Counseling in the United States and the world is delivered via many human service settings and can be found in a variety of institutions. Statistics from the US Department of Labor indicate that more than 665,500 counselors work in agencies, schools, organizations, private practice, personal and health care delivery systems and other settings. These professionals work with people across the life span, from childhood through the senior years."

At FSR our counselors partner with individuals, couples, and families across the lifespan to provide counseling services through a strengths based and trauma-informed lens. They hold various expertise and are trained in a variety of therapeutic interventions to address the full spectrum of mental health, relational, or family system challenges.

You can learn more about our mental health services and the people who provide them here.

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