Returning to school can be challenging. First week and some behavioral changes can occur when adapting to the change in schedule and routine. Mental and behavioral problems can be confusing with disciplinary and personality when it comes to… Continue reading
The River Region Ethics in Business and Public Service Awards is a program of The Samaritan Counseling Center, Inc. in collaboration with Auburn University at Montgomery’s School of Business and School of Sciences. The propose of the program is to… Continue reading
Dr. Larry Berkelhammer gave a presentation about the factors that play a part for patients to heal and feel better. It all came down to individuals creating change when they felt empowered. He stated that studies show that patients who… Continue reading
Children experience anxiety about many different things parents may be unaware of. Parents may perceive behavioral changes and attribute it to other factors and even address those with disciplinary actions. It is important to identify first the… Continue reading
It has been known that genetics play a part in mental health and mental illness. Research keeps growing with topics like genetics and depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, eating disorders, and addictive disorders. One peace of evidence is found in a… Continue reading
Lent is a time for spiritual growth so that we might walk in newness of life. Jesus spent 40 days in the wilderness in prayer and resisting temptation in preparation for his ministry. Today, Lent is a period… Continue reading
Educating the Community and our Churches on suicide!!!
Great effort from all staff at the Samaritan Counseling Center. Especially, Nancy Thomas, Executive Director and our Board.