People seek counseling when their emotional pain becomes too much to bear on their own and they want to be free of it. How we deal with life’s pain defines who we are. While we don’t choose to undergo misfortune, we do decide how we react to those events. I have found that negative experiences can also trigger something positive within us. Crisis offers opportunity for change, and pain can be the catalyst for transformation. Click here to get started.
Staying happily married “forever after” is one of the greatest challenges you will face in life. Learning to overcome the day to day frustrations and working through your issues is complicated and takes a toll on the passion in marriage. Successful couples know when to seek help to resolve issues that are disrupting their relationship. If you are reading this, you most likely know it’s time to get help. To get started toward a more satisfying relationship, Click here.
All families experience stress and conflict. However, some conflicts become so pervasive that the individuals in the family begin to act out in unhealthy ways. Excessive drinking, drug use, poor school performance, rebellion, obesity, anxiety, and depression are symptoms that a family or individual need help. Problems in your family will not go away by chance, you will need to purposefully work on them for change to occur. To get started toward healthier family living, Click here.
Our counselors at St. Charles Counseling are seasoned professionals that have decades of counseling and therapy experience. After many years in the field, there is very little they haven’t seen in their years of providing therapy to individuals, couples and families. Our counselors are here to help you discover yourself, your strengths, and the solutions to set you free from the past and provide hope for the future for both you and your relationships.
Nancy Kuhn has practiced Individuals, Couples and Family Therapy for almost 25 plus years. Nancy helps people develop more satisfying and engaged relationships. She guides people to confront and overcome long-standing patterns of conflict and emotional isolation. Growing up in a family with alcoholism, bipolar disorder and divorce along with the loss of a sister at a young age, Nancy has found a way to use her life experience along with her extensive training to support and lead her clients in and through their struggles.nancy kuhn