Impact Counseling

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Director's Corner -
Dr. Ed

Hi Church family, thanks for stopping by!

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upcoming or ongoing events



GriefShare

New Group Will begin Every Tuesday

January 17th- April 11th 2023

6:30-8:00 pm, RM 100

Grief Share is a 13-week support group that meets in a small group setting to watch and discuss videos covering the steps of grief. After viewing the video, you and the other group members will spend time as a support group, discussing what was presented in that week’s video and what is going on in your own lives.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is probably the most common form of therapy practiced by counselors, therapists, and other mental health practitioners. CBT attempts to assist people to better understand the cause and effects of the factors that lead to behaviors and assist them in improving their quality of life. CBT has been shown to be an effective form of treatment for depression, anxiety, among other mental health conditions. The basic of CBT are as follows:


1. An activating event or circumstance takes place.

2. Which leads the person to perceiving the event in a certain way. It is the way the person sees or understands the event.

3. This perception then leads to strong feelings or emotions.

4. Our emotions then tend to strongly influence our actions or behaviors.

CBT attempts to empower people to take more personal responsibility for their actions and cope with the difficulties which arise in life. CBT can be effectively used with children, adolescents and adults.


Mark Rhodes, LPC



meet staff members making an Impact

Mark Rhodes

Mark is a licensed professional counselor and a board-certified professional Christian counselor. He received his Master of Arts degree in counseling from Amberton University in 2001. He joined Impact in 2005 and works with children ages 8-17, adults, couples, and families. Using a cognitive-behavioral therapeutic approach, he helps with issues like ADHD, anxiety, anger management, sexual addiction, substance abuse and practices EMDR.

ways to pray for Impact this week

Pray for peace as many of our clients come to us experiencing extreme stress and anxiety. They need healing from pasts hurts and trauma.

Continue to lift our Impact Staff up against the risk of illness and that we may find new strength, and sour high like eagles. We will run and not get weary, we will walk and not faint.

Praise him for all the marvelous works the Holy Spirit is accomplishing here at Impact. We praise him for every small and large step a client makes forward.

To learn more about our ministry, visit our full website at www.ImpactCounseling.com