Thank You Note to My Clients

Often, as clients end their time of counseling, they share how grateful they are for all the help they have received. When this happens, I use that opportunity to thank them. At times, however, clients stop coming for one reason or another and I don’t get the chance to thank them. I would like to […]
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Non-custodial Parenting

By Don Shar, NCC Are you or is someone you know in a non-custodial parenting situation? Because of divorce and other social issues, about half of children now reside in homes with only one of their biological parents. At least initially, most non-resident parents understand that they continue to be important in the lives of their […]
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Critical Needs Alert: Be a Safety Net for Families Facing Difficulties

Pittsburgh Foundation Critical Needs Alert Giving Event (May 23, 2017):  If you visit www.pittsburghgives.org on May 23rd between 8am and 11:59pm and make a donation of at least $25 to Anchorpoint, the Pittsburgh Foundation will increase your donation from their matching funds.  The Foundation is hosting a Critical Needs Alert giving event to support organizations […]
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Understanding the Process of Counseling

Understanding the Process of Counseling: the Beginning, Middle and End. By Kim Rose Have you ever heard the phrase, “If you had a magic wand what would you change?” Sometimes counselors use that phrase to get an idea of a client’s ideal dream, concern, wishes and thoughts. A counselor is a guide to assist clients […]
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