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    Counseling Services in Waseca

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    Business Listing   Lutheran Social Service - Waseca, MN - Phone: (507) 835-4301

    Business Listing   Principal Financial Group - Waseca, MN - Phone: (507) 833-1521

    Business Listing   South Central Human Relations Center - Waseca, MN - Phone: (507) 835-7064

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    Helpful Definition for: Counseling Services

    Career and psychological counseling services in Waseca 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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