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COVID-19 Update – Appointments Available

The Barnabas Center for Counseling has served Savannah and the Coastal Empire for almost 25 years. There is a great need for families to get help to deal with depression, anxiety, and stress as we all cope with the effects of the Corona Virus (COVID-19). We offer individual, marriage, and family therapy for all ages, all of our therapist are state-licensed. Due to the mandated closure, we have been offering our services through video or phone counseling sessions. We will continue to offer telemental health services until the mandated closures are lifted. For updates and more information contact the office at 912-352-7638 or check our Facebook page at Barnabas Center Savannah.

Finding Joy in the Present by Suzanne N. Stangland MA, LPC

As Christmas time approaches, so do all the feelings that come with it.  It is commonplace to be both excited and overwhelmed with the holiday. Families love to plan for that big get-together, parents look for the best gift, and children anticipate Christmas morning, possibly more than their own birthday celebrations.

This suggests that we spend quite a bit of time during the holidays looking forward to the next party to attend or thinking about which presents to buy.

What would it be like if we work toward making this Christmas a time that we find that joy in the time at hand—the present?

During your daily routine, what are the things, people or circumstances that warm your heart in ways it is difficult to articulate? Is it the children running to the door to greet you or the little note your spouse sent you reminding you they love you or is it the dog wagging his tail profusely the second you grab the leash for a walk?  These are the small and yet significant things that make up the present.  And they are the things that,

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What’s Wrong With a Little Tradition?! by Suzanne N. Stangland MA, LPC

There are lots of things to look forward to this time of year!  Gift-giving, parties, decorating, and spending time with family, to name a few.  And these are all great; however, one of the things that make the holidays even more meaningful are the traditions.  In a world that tends to spend so much effort breaking traditions sometimes what is needed is to slow down and remember the simplicity and consistency that traditions can offer, many of which point to the true meaning of Christmas! 

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