Childers Counseling Service, LLC offers confidential psychotherapy services to
multicultural ▪ couples ▪ women ▪ individuals aged 50+
Support when you need it …
I was going through a very difficult time when my daughter was diagnosed with an advanced stage of Ovarian Cancer. Martha was wonderful as a support person I could really talk to. I immediately felt comfortable in her presence. She was always warm and welcoming and was a great resource for books and ideas. Sometimes she just listened to my fears and concerns. One difficult year later, my daughter is “Cancer free” and is back to work and her crazy full life.
I joined Martha’s first Grieving Group last fall. Under Martha’s guidance and resources, I realized I was still grieving the loss of so many people in my life. The program dispelled many old myths surrounding death, long illness and grieving. Through the program and homework assignments, I learned new techniques to work through issues surrounding the loss of loved ones.
Support when you need it …
Martha has been such an incredible help to our relationship. With her guidance, we’ve been able to work through our oldest and most difficult issues. She facilitates our discussions, helps us stay on track, and makes sure that we are both listening to and understanding each other.
After three long years of searching for a grief counselor, I found Martha Childers. Martha provided guidance, patience, and thought-provoking exercises which helped me move through the grief process at my own pace.
I highly recommend Martha Childers for your counseling needs.
My beloved husband for 61 years passed away. I was devastated and Martha helped me get through my grief.
Martha has offered continuous support within our relationship. When life presents challenging moments, she wisely assists with the renewal process. As an active, participatory confidant, she radiates compassion and generously offers her aid when needed.
From the Blog
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As a therapist, when I see new homes in our neighborhood that lack front porches but have garages that allow the resident to drive into without seeing their neighbors, I get worried.
I am proud and honored to announce that Childers Counseling Service has been chosen as an American Small Business Champion by SCORE and Sam’s Club.
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Ohio State University's Kirwan Institute defines implicit bias as "attitudes or stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions, and decisions in an unconscious manner."