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By: J C.
Lees, Patricia PhD
Best Psychotherapist I have seen in 27 years. Provides excellent guidance on all matters relating to your problems.
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By: Greg D.
Forks Of The River Convenience
Closed due to a shady back room deal to get a new Karns facility . Forced to use John Sevier hwy or Asheville hwy
By: Connie W.
Beardsley Community Farm
CAC Beardsley Community Farm is an urban demonstration site that has promoted food security and sustainable urban agriculture through practice, education, and community outreach since 1998. Wonderful Community service making a difference in our community.
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By: Mo L.
Knox County Health Department
I've been calling the dental office since 8 am and when it does ring they pick up and hang it up again. I've had a toothache since Friday night. Is there not a better way to make an appointment?
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By: Kasey D.
Knox County Health Department
Shows up to restaurants at the same time every six months, nearly to the day. Restaurants that are nasty clean the week beforehand and not often afterwards.
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By: Rocco T.
County Clerk Substation
the old woman who works here is such a freaking bureaucrat by the books pain that I will no longer use this location for anything! due to a simple clerical error, where I had misplaced a decimal point, I now have a brand new motorcycle with 41000 miles on it! this means I'm going to lose several thousands of dollars when I try to sell this bike down the road. I asked if I would be allowed to adjust my mistake and I was met with a violent no! she refused to work with me on many levels other than talking to Nashville myself and waiting 6 weeks to have any kind of resolution in which time I would not be allowed to ride the motorcycle, mind you the brand new motorcycle I had just purchase after just getting my license! after speaking with numerous other County Clerk's office is I was able to ascertain that what she had done did not bear any merit! in fact I was told by other County Clerk offices that they would have allowed me to adjust my title provided I sign a simple piece of paper they had in their desk. in short because of this woman who knows how many people who have gone in there and come out dissatisfied because of her. if you live in South Knoxville I urge you to use the County Clerk's office near East Towne mall to avoid complications of a hateful old woman who doesn't want to do any work and just wants to sit and collect the check off the government.
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Group counseling is when one or more counselors lead a group discussion, usually between five and 15 people. The group may focus on a shared experience or situation, and provide support and encouragement to the other attendees.
Each state defines its own requirements for what licenses and education are needed to be a counselor. It's common for counselors to have a bachelor's degree in psychology or a similar field, as well as a master's degree. After that, counselors should obtain their state license, and can move on to achieving other licenses like the:
  • National Certified Counselor (NCC) license
  • Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor (CCMHC) license
  • Master Addictions Counselor (MAC) license
  • Forensic Health Evaluators (FHE) license
  • Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF) license
  • Certified Family Therapist (CFT) license
This all depends on the patient's goals and circumstances. Some people are happy with their results after just a few sessions; others continue to meet with their counselors for years. There is no right or wrong length of time to go to counseling.
Anyone can benefit from counseling services. Counseling can help you gain greater insight into yourself; deal with feelings of sadness, worry, depression or anxiety; as well as work out relationship problems, trauma or addiction. Not every type of counseling service works with every person.
Yes. Except in very specific situations, a counselor will never repeat conversations from a counseling session. Situations where information from sessions might be shared include:
  • If the counselor believes the patient might harm him or herself, or someone else.
  • If the counselor wants to get a second opinion on the patient's treatment. If this is the case, the counselor should seek the patient's written permission before consulting another professional.

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