Week of March 26th – Appointment Update
The Family First Counseling blog is back! Check out this week’s appointment update.
Happy Labor Day!!!
As you can see I enjoyed Labor Day, I forgot to publish this! Enjoy Thenessa’s blog – Megan R. Pickens, LPC-S Labor Day is the day that we Americans celebrate working or being employed…… by taking a day off to not work….yay!!! Sure, my husband and I are thankful to have jobs and be […]
Family First Counseling | Temporary Office Location for September 2017
Hello! God has blessed us here at Family First Counseling with a brand new office location! However with it being new construction time lines can be unpredictable and construction is not complete. So for the month of September we will be in a temporary location. The temporary location is: 901 W. Bardin Road, Suite 102, […]
Cheers, 2017 is here. Happy New Year to you all! At the beginning of each new year many of us make resolutions. Mostly, resolutions are geared towards your personal needs and/or preferences. What is going to improve your current lifestyle, to aid in making you the best you, you could possibly be? Our resolutions are […]
Remembering Dr. King
This year on January 16, 2017 we celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., for his remarkable contributions not only for African- American but for all mankind. Dr. King was a true humanitarian. His selfless acts along with others provide me with opportunities that most likely I would not have without their stance, blood sweat and tears. […]
Merry Christmas from Family First Counseling
Bullying has become an epidemic. It is seen in both children and adults alike. People have begun to use bullying as a way to make themselves feel better about whatever inadequacies they may have. I guess one could argue that it has always been used for this purpose, it is just more noticeable because of […]
What A Shame!!!
Yesterday I was watching the news and the following story caught my attention…..my first response…..What A Shame….my second response was young lives wasted lives. According to ABC news two high school students (girls) were arguing in one of the girl’s bathrooms located at Howard High School of Technology in Wilmington, Delaware early Thursday morning. Witnesses […]