What are some common symptoms of divorce?
How is divorce addressed at CARE?
Teach coping skills
Provide encouragement and empowerment
Process feelings, thoughts, and experiences
Learn about your needs and dislikes in partnerships
Gain a deeper knowledge of yourself
Mediate and set guidelines to ensure the divorce happens with less negative impact
Discuss living arrangements, financial obligations, and parenting
Process children’s emotions, such as confusion, guilt, loss, pain, or abandonment
Provide a space to let all family members share their feelings about the divorce
CARE’s Clinicians are In-Network with a variety of providers:
- – Blue Cross/Blue Shield
- – PreferredOne
- – Health Partners
- – Medical Assistance
- – UCare
- – Cigna
- – Additionally, Out of Network & Out of Pocket options are available.
Mark Zaczkowski, MSW, LICSW
"Great counseling center that has very focused care. They make you feel comfortable and it's in the heart of uptown."
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