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Couples Counseling, Individual Counseling, Coaching & Conflict Resoution at Dawning Phoenix
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Coaching, Counseling, & Conflict Resolution
Coaching, Counseling, & Conflict Resolution

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Please note we are closed for the holidays until Wednesday, January 3rd. Have a wonderful season!
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Licensed Professional Counselor and Executive Director at Dawning Phoenix, +Dawn Echols was invited to the Biz Communication Show by local business communication expert, +Bill Lampton for a conversation about maintaining productive and helpful conversation during tragic events. See the full interview here: http://bit.ly/2lGg6To
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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: Please join us for the 1st annual Forsyth County Suicide Summit on September, 20th beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Forsyth Conference Center at Lanier Technical College (3410 Ronald Reagan Blvd, Cumming, GA 30041). Mental health is not a subject to ignore. Suicide, a single word that evokes so many emotions with devastating loss, regret and sometimes even shame left in its aftermath. On September 20th at the Forsyth Conference Center, we will be hosting our first Suicide Awareness and Prevention Summit. We will have people speaking about their personal experiences with suicide, health professionals and resource booths to answer questions and concerns. Katie Beasley of the Fox5 morning show will be our moderator and on the speakers panel, as she's experienced personal loss to suicide in losing her own brother. Also on that panel will be Cassie Grogan Hamilton and Katie Bagosy. Doors will open at 6 pm, speakers begin at 6:30.
Please share with others and try to attend. We must end the stigma with victims of suicide and we must create an environment where people reach out for help in their despair. We must have a conversation about suicide to prevent others from dying. We are a community who cares!
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Celebrate your progress in counseling!
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Don't miss the latest blog post, contributed by a fellow mental health provider:
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A good article on the mind-body connection; especially suggesting help for the opioid crisis, which is claiming far too many lives, in both the living and the dead:
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The following article touches on several tips that can avoid problems in your most intimate relationship (marriage or a couples’ partnership). Some of these are covered frequently in couples’ counseling sessions and avoiding them can reduce conflict in your marriage or intimate partnership: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/clear-communication/201706/three-nonverbal-behaviors-may-damage-your-marriage
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This article addresses the single most destructive element in couples communication: criticism. It is also useful for couples to examine if they are automatically assuming or expecting criticism, regardless of whether or not it is there (defensiveness). Please go to our website link (here on our Google profile) for a video blog on communication as well.
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Owner & Executive Director, +Dawn Echols was a featured guest of Dr. Bill Lampton (+Bill Lampton)'s Biz Communication Show. Tune in for tips on effective listening:
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This article could save a life; a comprehensive summary of abusive behaviors in families, it includes resources for help. Well worth the read!
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