“Regular counseling at Samaritan is just as important as yearly checkups or dentist appointments.
The counseling I received has improved the quality of my life and is a necessary part of my health care. I believe every single person can benefit from counseling. “
“Counseling. It saved me. It saved the boys. It saved us as a family.
It gives us a safe space to share our fears, pain, and hopes. It has given us tools to communicate, makes us aware of what we are feeling is normal, and validated that I was not going crazy in my grief.
It started two days after my husband died. A counselor named Doug, a complete stranger, walked into my home and helped me tell the boys Pat died by suicide.” Read the full article here.