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By: Austin L.
Nancy Schleich LISW
I was a client of Nancy's for nearly a year with weekly visits for about half that time, and every other week for the other half. She helped me recognize some of the issues I needed to address from both the past and present day. I appreciated that she could be both caring when needed, but also did not hesitate to call me out on things when appropriate.
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By: Sylvia T.
Northland Senior Village
This is NOT a business and certainly not a counseling facility. It is a 55+ condo residence building. It is a non-profit organization with a condo board that serves without compensation. I have lived here for 2 1/2 years, renting a one-bedroom unit from one of the owners. Most residents are owners of their units.In my opinion it is well-managed and most of the residents seem to love living here. The units are very affordable. There are 2 common lounges on the first floor and 2 smaller common areas on each of the 2nd and 3rd floors. 1st floor units have outside entrances and have patios or Florida rooms. 99 1 and 2 bedroom units on 3 floors.There are many activities for residents including potlucks, tailgate parties, prayer meetings, card playing, coffee and donuts, informational meetings and holiday dinners. Something for almost everyone!
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By: Janie P.
Nancy Schleich LISW
My spouse is the patient I was invited into a session that left me emotional fractured she was horrible. Her opinion was bias from the moment I walked in she had not met me before she was aggressive and confrontational and her profanity unprofessional
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The average cost of a session with a counselor in 2017 is  $90 an hour. The cost range $60-$130 an hour. Some counselors offer package deals and might take insurance.
A marriage, family, child or individual counselor can help you if you are having relationship problems, feeling sad and unmotivated, worry excessively, are undergoing a difficult transition period, have problems related to addiction, have suffered trauma or abuse, etc.
A counselor generally advises patients on solving a problem and will work with them to arrive at a solution. A therapist uses psychological techniques to treat mental and/or emotional problems to encourage behavior modification.
A counselor can help your child with mental and emotional issues that they may find difficult to express. These may be connected to tragic events, stress, developmental issues or life changes.
A family counselor helps members of a family resolve areas of conflict and improve their communication skills. They may meet with all family members or those who wish to participate.

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