Community Counseling Center

Life isn't always a Party.. That's why we're here.. We offer different types of counseling from Grieving too Marriage Counseling..

Operating as usual

10/20/2021

Things to try and muster before this year ends:
1-Know your worth
2-Don’t beg people to stay
3-Accept what you can’t change
4-Make time for the people who matter to you
5-Leave behind toxic people
6-Learn to love yourself again
If you or someone you know needs to talk with one of our Counselors, we can be reached at 662-332-1819.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by United Way of Washington County and the Kings Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

Things to try and muster before this year ends:
1-Know your worth
2-Don’t beg people to stay
3-Accept what you can’t change
4-Make time for the people who matter to you
5-Leave behind toxic people
6-Learn to love yourself again
If you or someone you know needs to talk with one of our Counselors, we can be reached at 662-332-1819.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by United Way of Washington County and the Kings Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

10/14/2021

Physical symptoms of anger-
As a person becomes angry, the body muscles tense up. Neourotransmitters known as catecholamines are released, giving the person a burst of energy that can last up to several minutes: hence, our desire to take that protective action right now. At the same time, physical changes in the body begin to prepare the person for the fight, accelerating heart rate, increasing blood pressure and rate of breathing, and flushed face are all part or the increased blood flow entering a person’s limbs in preparation for physical action. A person’s attention narrows, eventually becoming fixed on the target of the anger, with difficulty noticing anything else.
If you or someone you know needs to talk with someone about your anger, you can call us at 662-332-1819 to setup an appointment with one of our Counselors.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by the United Way of Washington County and the King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

Physical symptoms of anger-
As a person becomes angry, the body muscles tense up. Neourotransmitters known as catecholamines are released, giving the person a burst of energy that can last up to several minutes: hence, our desire to take that protective action right now. At the same time, physical changes in the body begin to prepare the person for the fight, accelerating heart rate, increasing blood pressure and rate of breathing, and flushed face are all part or the increased blood flow entering a person’s limbs in preparation for physical action. A person’s attention narrows, eventually becoming fixed on the target of the anger, with difficulty noticing anything else.
If you or someone you know needs to talk with someone about your anger, you can call us at 662-332-1819 to setup an appointment with one of our Counselors.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by the United Way of Washington County and the King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

10/11/2021

COME ONE, COME ALL!!
Mars Food, Molina Healthcare, and Kroger Delta Division will host its next Mobile Food Pantry on Thursday, October 14, 2021 at the Washington County Convention Center. The MS Food Network Mobile Food Pantry will distribute fresh and frozen produce and proteins to Greenville and surrounding areas. The distribution will begin at 11a.m., come out while supplies last!! Please share!!

10/07/2021

What is Grief??
Grief is losing someone or something of importance to you.
The stages of Grief:
1-Denial, numbness, and shock
2-Bargaining
3-Depression
4-Anger
5-Acceptance
If you or someone you know is going through grief and need someone to talk with, we are here for you. You can call us at 662-332-1819 to setup an appointment with one of our Counselors.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by the United away of Washington County and the King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

What is Grief??
Grief is losing someone or something of importance to you.
The stages of Grief:
1-Denial, numbness, and shock
2-Bargaining
3-Depression
4-Anger
5-Acceptance
If you or someone you know is going through grief and need someone to talk with, we are here for you. You can call us at 662-332-1819 to setup an appointment with one of our Counselors.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by the United away of Washington County and the King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

09/27/2021

Does someone you love or know suffer from a mental illness?? Are you at a loss for what to do for them?? We want to create a safe space for you to process, share, and learn from others who are walking a similar path. There is care to be given for the caregivers. If you would be interested in a support group for caregivers of those with mental illnesses, please contact Community Counseling Center at 662-332-1819 for more information.

Does someone you love or know suffer from a mental illness?? Are you at a loss for what to do for them?? We want to create a safe space for you to process, share, and learn from others who are walking a similar path. There is care to be given for the caregivers. If you would be interested in a support group for caregivers of those with mental illnesses, please contact Community Counseling Center at 662-332-1819 for more information.

09/23/2021

Eating disorders are more common than you think. They also have several effects not only on someone’s physical but mental health. Here are some red flags to pay attention to.
1-Skipping meals or making excuses for not eating
2-Adopting an overly restrictive vegetarian diet
3-Excessive focus on healthy eating
4-Making own meals rather than eating what the family eats
5-Use of dietary supplements, laxatives or herbal products for weight loss
6-Excessive exercise
7-Calluses on the knuckles from inducing vomiting
8-Problems with loss of tooth enamel that may be a sign of repeated vomiting
If you or someone you know may have a eating disorder, you can call us at 662-332-1819 to make an appointment with one of our Counselors.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be in funded in part by generous grants by the United Way of Washington County and the King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

Eating disorders are more common than you think. They also have several effects not only on someone’s physical but mental health. Here are some red flags to pay attention to.
1-Skipping meals or making excuses for not eating
2-Adopting an overly restrictive vegetarian diet
3-Excessive focus on healthy eating
4-Making own meals rather than eating what the family eats
5-Use of dietary supplements, laxatives or herbal products for weight loss
6-Excessive exercise
7-Calluses on the knuckles from inducing vomiting
8-Problems with loss of tooth enamel that may be a sign of repeated vomiting
If you or someone you know may have a eating disorder, you can call us at 662-332-1819 to make an appointment with one of our Counselors.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be in funded in part by generous grants by the United Way of Washington County and the King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

09/15/2021

Your mental health needs just as much attention and preventative care as your physical health❤️❤️
Never give up on someone with a mental illness. When “I” is replaced by “we”, illness becomes wellness❤️..
If you or someone you know needs to talk with one of our Counselors we can be reached at 662-332-1819 for an appointment to be made.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by the United Way of Washington County and the King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

Your mental health needs just as much attention and preventative care as your physical health❤️❤️
Never give up on someone with a mental illness. When “I” is replaced by “we”, illness becomes wellness❤️..
If you or someone you know needs to talk with one of our Counselors we can be reached at 662-332-1819 for an appointment to be made.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by the United Way of Washington County and the King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

09/08/2021

Su***de is complicated and tragic, but it is often preventable. Knowing the warning signs for su***de and how to get help can help save lives. I have listed some warning signs:
1-Talking about:
-Wanting to die
-Great guilt or shame
-Being a burden to others
2-Feeling:
-Empty hopeless, trapped, or having no reason to live
-Extremely sad , more anxious, agitated, or full of rage
-Unbearable emotional or physical pain
3-Changing Behavior, such as:
-Making a plan or researching ways to die
-Withdrawing from friends, saying good bye, giving away important items, or making a will
-Taking dangerous risks such as driving extremely fast
-Displaying extreme mood swings
-Eating or sleeping more or less
-Using drugs or alcohol more often
If these warning signs apply to you or someone you know, get help as soon as possible, particularly if the behavior is new or has increased recently.
National Su***de Prevention Lifeline-1-800-273-TALK
Crisis Text Line-
Text “HELLO” to 741741

Su***de is complicated and tragic, but it is often preventable. Knowing the warning signs for su***de and how to get help can help save lives. I have listed some warning signs:
1-Talking about:
-Wanting to die
-Great guilt or shame
-Being a burden to others
2-Feeling:
-Empty hopeless, trapped, or having no reason to live
-Extremely sad , more anxious, agitated, or full of rage
-Unbearable emotional or physical pain
3-Changing Behavior, such as:
-Making a plan or researching ways to die
-Withdrawing from friends, saying good bye, giving away important items, or making a will
-Taking dangerous risks such as driving extremely fast
-Displaying extreme mood swings
-Eating or sleeping more or less
-Using drugs or alcohol more often
If these warning signs apply to you or someone you know, get help as soon as possible, particularly if the behavior is new or has increased recently.
National Su***de Prevention Lifeline-1-800-273-TALK
Crisis Text Line-
Text “HELLO” to 741741

09/02/2021

Mental Health includes our emotional and social well being. It affects how we think, feel and act. It also helps to determine how we handle stress, relate to others and make choices. Having a good mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood through adulthood.
If you or someone you know is going through a hard time and need someone to talk to, you can reach us at 662-332-1819 to setup an appointment with one of our Counselors.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by the United Way of Washington County and the Kings Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

Mental Health includes our emotional and social well being. It affects how we think, feel and act. It also helps to determine how we handle stress, relate to others and make choices. Having a good mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood through adulthood.
If you or someone you know is going through a hard time and need someone to talk to, you can reach us at 662-332-1819 to setup an appointment with one of our Counselors.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by the United Way of Washington County and the Kings Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

[09/02/21]   If you’re reading this, I hope something great happens to you today❤️❤️😄😄

[09/02/21]   Community Counseling Center will be closed on Monday September 06 for Labor Day. We will reopen on Tuesday at 9:00. Everyone have a great holiday❤️❤️

08/26/2021

Depression is a frozen feeling. The mystery begins with our history. Although the physical body travels forward chronologically, one’s emotional consciousness always lingers at any point of departure. Before we can fully surrender to the mystery, we have to go back and heal the wounds and memories that obstruct us. This is the-power of then. We’ve got to be there then, before we can be here now.
If you or anyone you know suffers from depression our Counselors are here for you. You can call 662-332-1819 to make an appointment.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by the United Way of Washington County and the King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

Depression is a frozen feeling. The mystery begins with our history. Although the physical body travels forward chronologically, one’s emotional consciousness always lingers at any point of departure. Before we can fully surrender to the mystery, we have to go back and heal the wounds and memories that obstruct us. This is the-power of then. We’ve got to be there then, before we can be here now.
If you or anyone you know suffers from depression our Counselors are here for you. You can call 662-332-1819 to make an appointment.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by the United Way of Washington County and the King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

[08/18/21]   ❤️❤️In a world where you can be anything, choose to be your most authentic self. Remember that you won’t be everyone’s favourite person, but that’s okay because you’ll love yourself more for staying true to who you are❤️❤️❤️

08/18/2021

Signs of high functioning anxiety:
1-People-pleasing due to fear of driving people away
2-Procrastinating followed by long periods of hard work to the point of a burnout
3-Overthinking and over-working due to fear of failure
4-Disturbed sleep patterns
5-Unable to relax due to racing thoughts
6-Overly busy due to fear of saying no
7-Self-sabotaging coping methods (i.e. excessive alcohol or drug use, over-eating, withdrawing)
If you or someone you know is suffering with anxiety, you can call us at 662-332-1819 to setup an appointment with one of our Counselors.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by the United Way of Washington County and the King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

Signs of high functioning anxiety:
1-People-pleasing due to fear of driving people away
2-Procrastinating followed by long periods of hard work to the point of a burnout
3-Overthinking and over-working due to fear of failure
4-Disturbed sleep patterns
5-Unable to relax due to racing thoughts
6-Overly busy due to fear of saying no
7-Self-sabotaging coping methods (i.e. excessive alcohol or drug use, over-eating, withdrawing)
If you or someone you know is suffering with anxiety, you can call us at 662-332-1819 to setup an appointment with one of our Counselors.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by the United Way of Washington County and the King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

[08/04/21]   Good morning everyone. Due to unforeseen circumstances Community Counseling Center will be closed till Tuesday August 10. If you need to leave a message our number is 662-332-1819. We are very sorry for any inconvenience.

07/29/2021

Types of Depression:
1-Anxious distress- Depression with unusual restlessness or worry about possible events or loss of control.
2-Mixed features-simultaneous depression and mania, which includes elevated self/esteem, talking too much and increased energy.
3-Melancholic features-Severe depression with lack of response to something that used to bring pleasure and associated with early morning awakening, worsened mood in the morning, major changes in appetite, and feelings of guilt, agitation or sluggishness.
4-Atypical features- Depression that includes the ability to temporarily be cheered by happy events, increased appetite, excessive need for sleep, sensitivity to rejection, and a heavy feeling in the arms or legs.
5-Psychotic features- Depression accompanied by delusions or hallucinations, which may involve personal inadequacy or other negative themes.
If you or anyone you know suffers from depression we are here for you. You can call us at 662-332-1819 to setup an appointment with one of our Counselors.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by the United Way of Washington County and the King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two..

Types of Depression:
1-Anxious distress- Depression with unusual restlessness or worry about possible events or loss of control.
2-Mixed features-simultaneous depression and mania, which includes elevated self/esteem, talking too much and increased energy.
3-Melancholic features-Severe depression with lack of response to something that used to bring pleasure and associated with early morning awakening, worsened mood in the morning, major changes in appetite, and feelings of guilt, agitation or sluggishness.
4-Atypical features- Depression that includes the ability to temporarily be cheered by happy events, increased appetite, excessive need for sleep, sensitivity to rejection, and a heavy feeling in the arms or legs.
5-Psychotic features- Depression accompanied by delusions or hallucinations, which may involve personal inadequacy or other negative themes.
If you or anyone you know suffers from depression we are here for you. You can call us at 662-332-1819 to setup an appointment with one of our Counselors.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by the United Way of Washington County and the King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two..

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