1.Fellowship Hall Inc
301 SW Saint Lucie Ave
Churches & Places of WorshipInterdenominational Churches
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Sally has helped me through the thick and thin with any predicament i come across, always knowing what to say, giving amazing steps and advice for life lessons etc. I recommend her for anyone and everyone. No matter what the situation is sally is always a good ear. she has helped and still is helping my family and I get through our hard times. From the time i met her my life has gradually changed for the better, shes simple to get along with and knows what she is talking about. Take my advice if you shall, i am a prime example of success that she and i have worked together toward for the better of my family and myself.
Beautiful facility right on the water. You really cannot beat the view while trying to get better. Great staff too.
I was nervous about attending therapy and was doubtful it would ever work. I found Sally through a recommendation and was told that she was extremely compassionate and yet challenging at the same time. I knew I wanted to feel better and make some changes in my life but I never thought that I would get more from therapy with Sally. She not only challenged my often times crazy thinking but was able to help me map out a future plan and for the first time feel passionate about life again. Together she helped me to explore avenues and ideas that I never thought were possible. Today, so many doors have opened up for me and I now see a bright future. Thanks Sally. Your the Best
- Talk about specific consequences of their drinking.
- Choose a time soon after the person experiences a drinking-related problem (missing a shift at work, for example).
- Do not threaten, guilt, lecture, preach, or use negative labels.
- Do not try to discuss alcoholism when the person is intoxicated.
- Elevated heart rate
- High blood pressure
- Sleep issues
- Paranoia or anxiety