The impact of COVID-19 is devastating individuals, families, relationships, and communities. Able Counseling therapists are online, Zoom, or phone to assist you today from your home's comfort. We assembled a team of mental health specialists with training and skills to help the community deal with the pandemic. Please share the good news with friends and family. Registration is online at www.able-counseling.com or calls to 216 291 8817
"25 years of successful experience in psychotherapy."
From: Abel Oriri, Able Counseling & Associates, Inc.
Share! Good News! 24/7 Counseling Services Available!
Due to COVID-19 impact on mental health, I have put together a team of Clinicians/therapists ready online for sessions via Zoom, phone, or Office. Call 216 291-8817, and if not registered, visit www.able-counseling.com. Talk to any of the counselors or leave a message on the extensions! (if an emergency, call 911)
Abel Oriri #1
April Ballard # 2
Jackie Corrigan #
Samuel Kisner #4
Quaneisha Murphy # 8
Katura Scott # 7
Dorothy Farrow # 5
Shawnee Tucker # 6 (Student Learning Issues)
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Dear Family & Friend,
Share the Good News!
Able Counseling Services working with the State of Ohio and Insurance, brings counseling via Teletherapy ( Zoom, phone or text). Register www.able-counseling.com, make an appointment today by dialing 216-291-8817
For more than twenty years, I have served as a lead disaster mental health specialist in almost every national crisis as the US Military and Red Cross as a Critical incident specialist traveling throughout the continental USA and internationally. I’m happy to inform you that my energy now is directed to manage the COVID-19; I have assembled and lead a team of Mental Health Counselors. Call 216-291-8817 or register www.able-counseling.com the demand for services (24/7):
The pandemic demands mental health services to address bereavement, isolation, loss of income, depression, anxiety, and fear affect mental health affect all ages. The World Health Organization and John Hopkins studies cite stress, anxiety, high levels of alcohol and drug use, domestic disputes, insomnia, neurological and psychological problems.
Finally, we have a student program under Dr. Shawne Tucker, Ph.D. students overcome academic challenges during the pandemic.
"We help you solve tough emotional or psychological problems!"