11 minutes | Oct 9, 2020

EPISODE 2 -- How to Rejoice and Give Thanks When You Have Cancer

EPISODE 2 gives some background on Harold and his professional life first.   He holds a License as a  Marriage and Family Therapist, caring for others but getting out of balance.    Boggs shares his journey of overcoming cancer while receiving strength and wisdom from God's Living Word through faith in Christ Jesus.Harold describes the meaning of Philippians 4:4-9  and shares how he strengthens his faith when facing difficult news or challenging times.To contact Harold Haven Boggs visit: www.FamilyTherapyHaven.comOr send an email to Haven@FamilyTherapyHaven.com  Harold Haven Boggs, MS, LMFT, LCDC — individual, couple, marriage, family, and child therapist with a Cognitive Behavioral, Solution Focused approach (including mental health, substance abuse, marriage, sex, parenting, violence, crime, and other problems).   Harold also offers EYE MOVEMENT THERAPY EMDR and healing from trauma.Harold works with adults: (life-transitional crises such as separation, divorce, remarriage, alcohol or drug problems, depression, anxiety, conflict, grief, suicide prevention, stress management, PTSD, mood and anxiety disorders; psychosomatic concerns; job loss, career dissatisfaction/change; problems in adjustment to physical illness and disability; body-image issues; and adjustment difficulties of eldering and retirement); with couples: (Covenant Marriage, pre-marriage, remarriage, blended families, conflict and violence, abuse, divorce, empty nest), and families: (parent-child conflicts, problems with co-parenting, single-parenting and/or blending families from previous marriages, difficulties with CPS cases, and difficulties with in-laws and other extended family members), all focusing on helping couples build God-inspired marriages as well as learning to parent with confidence according to God’s plan.Harold Haven Boggs is also a licensed chemical dependency counselor and is also in recovery since 1987.THERAPY CAN HELPTherapy is for everyone who wants a place to learn and grow.  People in therapy tend to have lower levels of anxiety and stress, decreased conflict, and improved quality of life.  The following are some of the problems my clients frequently experience in daily life and for which they seek counseling.CHILDREN — Behavior problems at home or in school; depression, anger, anxiety; sleep disorders; phobias; impulse control difficulties; adjustment reactions to death; and problems related to parents’ separation, divorce, or remarriage.ADOLESCENTS — Problems with adjustment, self-confidence, sexuality and identity; difficulties in relationship with peers or parents; alcohol or drug problems, depression, anxiety, conflict, grief, stress management, body-image issues, nutritional habits, college or career plans; and leaving home.ADULTS — Life transitional crises such as separation, divorce, remarriage, job loss, career dissatisfaction/ change; retirement; mood and anxiety disorders; PTSD; problems in adjustment to physical illness and disability; alcohol or drug problems, depression, anxiety, conflict, grief, stress management, body-image issues, and adjustment difficulties of eldering and their children.COUPLES — Difficulties in achieving sexual satisfaction; problems in communication, commitment, intimacy; concerns stemming from dual careers; marital conflict, grief, stress management, problems with physical abuse; and difficulties with money management.FAMILIES — Parent-child conflicts, problems with co-parenting, single-parenting and/or blending families from previous marriages, difficulties with CPS cases, and difficulties with in-laws and other extended family members.OTHER COMMON REASONS FOR SEEKING COUNSELING·   
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