Family therapy and counseling

THERAPY CENTER AT DCCH

Mental Health Counselors for Children, Adults, Families, and Couples.

Our Therapy Center offers quality counseling and mental health services, including individual, family and marital therapy, grief counseling, and more. Experienced therapists work closely with clients to help them identify, assess, and meet their needs and goals. We empower clients to build and strengthen meaningful relationships with themselves and others.

We also provide therapy in some local schools. Please contact us at 859-331-0821 for more information about this and our other services.

The Therapy Center is a Trauma Informed Care agency with an emphasis on interventions, decision-making, and infrastructure designed to promote healthy relationships based on self-care, safety, compassion, and understanding of the unique experiences of children, families, and staff.

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A Little Kindness Goes A Long Way

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Kindness is something we need to be practicing no matter what, no matter who, no matter where. Friends, family, co-workers, and strangers alike, we are all in this together. Showing kindness is the easiest thing to do.

Say hello, make eye contact with others, ask someone how their day was. For anyone struggling with negative thoughts about themselves or experiencing a crisis, it may be just what they need at the time. Remember, a few minutes of kindness may ease others pain. It gives them the message you care and are connected. And it shows them they are important to others.

Are you ready to change your life? Call us at 859-331-0821.

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Take A Break To Reduce Stress

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In the fast-paced world that we live in today, making it a priority to take breaks during the work day is that much more important. A study was done with university students that required a test of sustained attention. One group received no break during the 45-minute task, while the other participants were allowed a 5 minute break and were randomly assigned to either sitting quietly, listening to music, watching a music video, choosing between the music or the video, or spending the break however they wished. Results suggest that no matter which type of break they were given, all students in the break groups performed better on the attention task than those who kept working through without a break.

From the research, it is clear that breaks are beneficial, but the ideal break and how to fit it into one’s day will differ for each person. Even though all of our work schedules are busy and it often feels like tasks are never ending, working through lunch or after hours does not seem to actually have long-term benefits (even if you feel you will get more work completed). Research suggests that not taking breaks has detrimental effects to our psychological health and satisfaction. Therefore, it is important to take the time to enjoy small breaks throughout the day, especially lunch, as work will always be waiting for you when you return.

Are you ready to change your life? Call us at 859-331-0821.

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