Spring update from The Counseling and Relationship Center of Murfreesboro:
Did you know?
- We recently added telemental health services for the convenience of our established clients. Telemental health allows for secure individual sessions through web-based video conferencing. Contact your therapist for more information.
- will have a booth at the upcoming Be Well Boro Health and Wellness Fair at Stones River Mall on Saturday, April 16 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. http://www.stonesrivermall.com/event/2145468666. Stop by our table and others, register for door prizes and learn about improving your health and lifestyle. See you there!
- Earlier this year Cameron Carpenter, LPC-MHSP (temp) led a series for parents on Teenagers and the Internet for St. Mark’s United Methodist Church. It highlighted the need for insight and understanding of the generational differences between parent and child, while allowing parents to grow in the knowledge of their children’s needs and behaviors.
- Teresa Quance, LCSW will be co-hosting a half-day retreat for women this month at beautiful Sinking Creek Farm in Murfreesboro: Nourish Yourself for a Creative Life: Women’s Retreat Join us in a refreshing day of self-discovery. Bring a friend and double the fun! Relax, recharge, refresh. When: Sunday, April 24, 2016, 9AM – 2PM Light lunch and soft beverages are included. For more information about this event go to http://bit.ly/sinkingcreek
About our counselors:
Rhonda Johnson, LCSW works with individuals and couples to improve their skills for more satisfying lives and relationships.
Cameron Carpenter, LPC-MHSP (temp) continues to serve individuals and families, with a special place in his heart for adolescents and their parents.
Teresa Quance, LCSW specializes in providing tools to women in transition as well as those experiencing anxiety, grief and depression. Change isn’t always easy, but it doesn’t have to be hard.
Visit our website at www.crcmurfeesboro.com for more about our practice.