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Counseling Services In Kokomo

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Business Listing   Behavioral Health Services of Hwrd RGNL Health System - Kokomo, IN - Phone: 1 (765) 453-8555

Business Listing   Behavioral Healthcare of Kokomohsptl & Cnslng CTRS - Kokomo, IN - Phone: 1 (765) 865-9450

Business Listing   Behaviorial Healthcare of Kokomo Hospital & Counseling Centers - Kokomo, IN - Phone: 1 (765) 457-5229

Business Listing   Carver Community Center - Kokomo, IN - Phone: 1 (765) 457-9318

Business Listing   Christian Counseling Outreach - Kokomo, IN - Phone: 1 (765) 455-1990

Business Listing   Dugan Kevin P Phd Hspp - Kokomo, IN - Phone: 1 (765) 455-6010

Business Listing   Enterprise Career Counseling- Inc. - Kokomo, IN - Phone: 1 (765) 452-1284

Business Listing   Faith Counseling Service - Kokomo, IN - Phone: 1 (765) 453-2673

Business Listing   Family Service Association - Kokomo, IN - Phone: 1 (765) 454-7290

Business Listing   Family Service Association of Howard County Inc - Kokomo, IN - Phone: 1 (765) 457-9313

Business Listing   Family Service Associationof Howard County Inc - Kokomo, IN - Phone: 1 (765) 236-1349

Business Listing   Family Therapeutic Massage Center Inc - Kokomo, IN - Phone: 1 (765) 452-5338

Business Listing   Farm Credit Services - Kokomo, IN - Phone: 1 (765) 675-7569

Business Listing   Hasan AL LCSW - Kokomo, IN - Phone: 1 (765) 453-7422

Business Listing   Helen Fiscus - Kokomo, IN - Phone: 1 (765) 236-0118

Business Listing   Johnson Melanie LCSW - Kokomo, IN - Phone: 1 (765) 457-4253

Business Listing   Kennedy Clinic - Kokomo, IN - Phone: 1 (765) 453-6767

Business Listing   Linville Gloria M ACSW LCSW - Kokomo, IN - Phone: 1 (765) 459-0538

Business Listing   Murphy Jeannette MA ACSW Marriage & Family Conslng - Kokomo, IN - Phone: 1 (765) 452-1121

Business Listing   St Joseph Trinity House Behavioral Services - Kokomo, IN - Phone: 1 (765) 456-5900

Business Listing   United States Government - Social Security Administration - Kokomo, IN - Phone: 1 (765) 455-0181

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Helpful Definition for: Counseling Services

Career and psychological counseling services in Kokomo help both individuals and organizations realize their full potential. Career planning programs include: identifying transferable skills and accomplishments, determining motivating skills, exploring interests and values, developing personality profiles, identifying organizational styles, identifying best career fields and developing a research plan. Psychotherapy is provided for individuals experiencing life changes in their careers, families and private lives. When clients hit a bump in the road, experts assist them by helping them examine underlying issues. They also work with individuals experiencing other changes and disappointments in life such as divorce, death and other losses. They focus on the transitions in life so they become transforming.

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