Charleston SC Grief Counseling Phone And Video Teletherapy Sessions Launched

South Carolina-based counseling center, Lifeworks, LLC is offering grief counseling in light of the current worldwide situation. The center offers teletherapy as well as in person sessions.

Mt Pleasant, United States - June 30, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Lifeworks, LLC of South Carolina has announced the availability of grief counseling. Clients can take advantage of the center’s teletherapy sessions by phone or video, or they can now also book in person sessions with safety precautions in place.

Details can be found at https://lifeworkscharleston.com/services/grief-counseling-in-charleston-sc/

With social distancing restrictions due to the ongoing situation around the world, and especially in the United States, it is only natural that there is an increase in people suffering from grief with less of their usual social support systems.

On behalf of the counseling center, a spokesperson related that grief is a normal reaction to loss, and the center supports that normality. The spokesperson, however, explained that there can be complications due to low support from family and friends, unresolved anger, hurts, or unaddressed needs that loss curtails, and other factors.

Lifeworks, LLC is, therefore, playing its part in bringing comfort to grieving persons in Charleston, Mt. Pleasant, Daniel Island and the entire region through its counseling services. A spokesperson for the center says, “If you or someone you love could use help navigating one or more significant losses – no matter how recent or distant in the past, we might be a great resource”.

In the counseling world, teletherapy has traditionally been quite restricted by regulations. Those have been relaxed recently as a response to the pandemic and the need for travel restrictions and other safety precautions, and Lifeworks has expanded its care to include teletherapy accordingly.

Teletherapy is now available at the counseling center via telephone or video, whichever is preferred by clients. Face-to-face counseling continues as well, however, for those who would much rather have a closer interaction with their counselors. In keeping with the necessary precautions implored by authorities during the current situation, Lifeworks, LLC assures that their medical practice office will be kept sanitary.

Lifeworks, LLC offers therapy, life coaching, couples counseling, family therapy, stress management, and biofeedback. Services are also offered to deal with ADD/ADHD and depression.

Interested parties can visit the above-mentioned site for more information.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Brian Sullivan
Email: Send Email
Organization: Lifeworks, LLC
Address: 246 Mathis Ferry Rd Suite 100, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464, United States
Phone: +1-843-971-5171
Website: https://lifeworkscharleston.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88966025

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