What an Eclipse and Therapy Have in Common
A commentator said of Monday’s eclipse, “Everyone was just a person with something in common at that moment.” At Council for Relationships, we know that the need for therapy is something that everyone has in common – either at certain points in life or on an ongoing basis.
CFR therapists see more than 5,000 people each year: some are adolescents figuring out their sexuality or working to overcome anxiety; some are couples first married or grappling with divorce and wanting to successfully co-parent their children; some are Veterans coping with PTSD or their family members adjusting to life together after deployment. Our therapists have more than 40 specialty areas.
Everyone can benefit from therapy at some point in life. That can be as often as – or much more often than – an eclipse.
So if you or someone you know could benefit from talking to one of our therapists, please contact us by calling Client Care at 215-382-6680 x.1 or by clicking here.
By the way, many CFR staff who were not seeing clients safely observed the eclipse on Monday. We hope you had the chance to enjoy it too.