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For many, the family unit is the stitch that holds a person and their loved ones together during times of struggle, grief, illness, trauma, and life transitions. When one person is affected their core network of family and friends feel the vibration of their struggle through relational breakdowns, conflicts, emotional outbursts, isolation, communication lapses and observations of change that fuel concerns and worries.

Dealing with relationship issues with a spouse, child, teenager, parent or sibling can often times be overwhelming and emotionally draining. The uncomfortable power struggles, the unset boundaries that leave you feeling controlled and unheard, the intensifying arguments and the thoughts of not knowing how to fix it has you searching for solutions. Family therapy is one option and can offer the benefits of learning how to set healthy boundaries, improvements in communication, and gaining greater self-awareness can help shift you and your loved one(s) from chaos, confusion and separation to hope, reunification, and healthy coping strategies.

Depression & Anxiety are two of the most prevalent mental illnesses in the world today that can disrupt individual and family functions. Depression is so common that it is likely that you or a loved one has had at least one bout of depression in your lifetime. It is a biological illness, one that often has a devastating impact on behavior, thoughts and feelings. Depression can be triggered or worsened by specific events or problems as well as by depressive thought patterns and personality traits.

Almost every one of us has, at one point or another, experienced feelings of unhappiness that could be associated with a disruptive life event. But true depression entails a pervasive feeling of sadness, decreased motivation, lacking a sense of purpose and possibly thoughts of suicide or self harm. Depression symptoms can impair general functioning and lasts more than two weeks. If you or a loved one needs support coping with depression, don’t delay. At the FFC Center we offer effective treatment approaches that are individualized to meet your personal needs. From Cognitive Behavioral approaches, EMDR, family support and spiritual exploration we will collaborate with you to create a treatment plan that will best meet your needs.

Think for a moment about your wedding day, starting a new job, going on a first date or even initiating a conversation with someone at a party. Everybody worries.  ANXIETY is a natural human reaction to life’s stressful events. The events don’t necessarily have to be terrible situations. But consider, are you missing out on opportunities and happiness because of it? While moderate anxiety can be limiting, severe anxiety can be crippling. Anxiety currently affects more than 20 million Americans making it the most common mental illness in the U.S. Anxiety often conjures up strange overwhelming physical symptoms, however if it is not happening too regularly you could still lead a normal life. If anxiety begins to affect your day-to-day level of functioning, then you need to take a closer look at possible triggers to your anxiety and seek support. Our therapists at Fundamental Foundations Counseling Center can help.

Grief, Loss & Trauma are unfortunately apart of our existence. The death of a loved one, loss of a job, a move to a new city or experiencing a natural disaster. What we know is that these things happen and they are often outside of our own personal limits of control. Traumatic events are abnormal. Some normal reactions to a traumatic event may include:

  • Shock
  • Inability to concentrate
  • Memory problems
  • Withdrawal from others
  • Fatigue 
  • Headaches
  • Stomach problems
  • Changes in sleeping and eating patterns
  • Guilt
  • Anger
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Fear

If your normal responses do not resolve on there own and overtime get worse interrupting your normal day -to day functioning, it may be time to seek professional support to re-establish healthy norms and address current struggles. We can help! We offer crisis intervention, aftercare support and mental health counseling as needed. Call 214-475-0345 to speak to a counselor today.

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Fundamental Foundations Counseling Center, PLLC
2770 Main St. Ste. 280
Frisco, TX 75033
Email: scowgill@theffccenter.com

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For many, the family unit is the stitch that holds a person and their loved ones together during times of struggle, grief, illness, trauma, and life transitions. When one person is affected their core network of family and friends feel the vibration of their struggle through relational breakdowns, conflicts, emotional outbursts, isolation, communication lapses and observations of change that fuel concerns and worries.

Dealing with relationship issues with a spouse, child, teenager, parent or sibling can often times be overwhelming and emotionally draining. The uncomfortable power struggles, the unset boundaries that leave you feeling controlled and unheard, the intensifying arguments and the thoughts of not knowing how to fix it has you searching for solutions. Family therapy is one option and can offer the benefits of learning how to set healthy boundaries, improvements in communication, and gaining greater self-awareness can help shift you and your loved one(s) from chaos, confusion and separation to hope, reunification, and healthy coping strategies.

Depression & Anxiety are two of the most prevalent mental illnesses in the world today that can disrupt individual and family functions. Depression is so common that it is likely that you or a loved one has had at least one bout of depression in your lifetime. It is a biological illness, one that often has a devastating impact on behavior, thoughts and feelings. Depression can be triggered or worsened by specific events or problems as well as by depressive thought patterns and personality traits.

Almost every one of us has, at one point or another, experienced feelings of unhappiness that could be associated with a disruptive life event. But true depression entails a pervasive feeling of sadness, decreased motivation, lacking a sense of purpose and possibly thoughts of suicide or self harm. Depression symptoms can impair general functioning and lasts more than two weeks. If you or a loved one needs support coping with depression, don’t delay. At the FFC Center we offer effective treatment approaches that are individualized to meet your personal needs. From Cognitive Behavioral approaches, EMDR, family support and spiritual exploration we will collaborate with you to create a treatment plan that will best meet your needs.

Think for a moment about your wedding day, starting a new job, going on a first date or even initiating a conversation with someone at a party. Everybody worries.  ANXIETY is a natural human reaction to life’s stressful events. The events don’t necessarily have to be terrible situations. But consider, are you missing out on opportunities and happiness because of it? While moderate anxiety can be limiting, severe anxiety can be crippling. Anxiety currently affects more than 20 million Americans making it the most common mental illness in the U.S. Anxiety often conjures up strange overwhelming physical symptoms, however if it is not happening too regularly you could still lead a normal life. If anxiety begins to affect your day-to-day level of functioning, then you need to take a closer look at possible triggers to your anxiety and seek support. Our therapists at Fundamental Foundations Counseling Center can help.

Grief, Loss & Trauma are unfortunately apart of our existence. The death of a loved one, loss of a job, a move to a new city or experiencing a natural disaster. What we know is that these things happen and they are often outside of our own personal limits of control. Traumatic events are abnormal. Some normal reactions to a traumatic event may include:

  • Shock
  • Inability to concentrate
  • Memory problems
  • Withdrawal from others
  • Fatigue 
  • Headaches
  • Stomach problems
  • Changes in sleeping and eating patterns
  • Guilt
  • Anger
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Fear

If your normal responses do not resolve on there own and overtime get worse interrupting your normal day -to day functioning, it may be time to seek professional support to re-establish healthy norms and address current struggles. We can help! We offer crisis intervention, aftercare support and mental health counseling as needed. Call 214-475-0345 to speak to a counselor today.

Fundamental Foundations Counseling Center, PLLC
2770 Main St. Ste. 280
Frisco, TX 75033
Email: scowgill@theffccenter.com

Hear From Satisfied Clients: