Healing Waters Counseling Offers Free Depression Screening

Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Healing Waters Counseling, LLC, will be offering a free depression screening for adults during January. 

For those who have trouble sleeping, a change in eating habits, feelings of sadness that last longer than two weeks, fatigue, lack of concentration, lost of interest in activities that use to bring you joy …these could all be signs of underlying depression, said officials.

Depression is a treatable illness. The screening process will help participants to determine whether they need further treatment. 

The clinical staff include Nancy R. Rose, JD, LCSW, Gary R. Mauldin, Ph.D. and Bill Reynolds, LCSW who will be available during January to do a brief evaluation and clinical appointment.  

Call the office Monday-Saturday, from 10 a.m.-6 p.m., at 698-5090 or 903-6327, for more information or to schedule an appointment.   Or email yourhealingwaters@att.net.


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