A Healing Center
Lauren Dusbabek M.S, MFT

(702) 595-7440

Is Counseling For You?



1. Are you looking for treatment options that allow for the strictest standards in confidentiality?

Along with scheduled counseling sessions, A Healing Center gives you the ability to reach your counselor, at any time, via phone, text message, or email. This option provides for one-on-one support outside of a group setting, where your confidentiality or anonymity may be compromised.

2. How can therapy help me?

Therapists can help to change the faulty thinking patterns to a constructive way to view life. They can provide support, problem solving skills and help you to acquire coping skills for issues such as depression, anxiety, grief and loss, relationship issues, unresolved childhood trauma and family concerns.

3. How do I know if therapy is right for me?

If you are feeling hopeless, overwhelmed, confused or going through a life transition (change in financial status, divorce, recent loss) you may need the assistance of a qualified therapist to help you with encouragement, wisdom, and skills to assist you through this time in your life.


A highly effective and useful means of help for married couples who are experiencing difficulties in their relationship, such as repetitive arguments, feelings of distance or emptiness, dissatisfaction, lack of affection or sexuality, resentment and/or anger (including domestic violence).

Statistics:

A. 50% of all first marriages will end in divorce and some predict this percentage is growing to nearly two thirds.

B. The average length of a first marriage is 7 years. Of the young people who divorce 75% will remarry, yet 60% of those couples will divorce again.

C. The average age at the time of divorce is 36 for men and 33 for women.

D. The reasons people give for divorcing are chiefly communication, power struggles, unrealistic expectations, sex, decision-making, demonstrating affection, money management and lack of loving feelings.

E. The number of children living with both parents declined from 85% to 68% between 1970 and 1996.

F. The proportion of children living with one parent grew from 12% to 28% during this same time span.


Quoted from Census Bureau's release about its report on MARITAL STATUS AND LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
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