Counseling

 

Family Eldercare is committed to enhancing the lives of senior adults and their families and caregivers by providing the needed tools to empower them to maximize their strengths and independence. We are dedicated to helping seniors remain in their homes for as long as possible by providing services, education and information that help with informed decision-making as well as improving, enhancing dignity and quality of life.

We specialize in home-based counseling.

 

Professional, compassionate Licensed Clinical Social Workers provide counseling/therapy for a wide range of challenges, including:

~Depression~
~Anxiety~
~Caregiver Stress~
~Decreased Coping Skills~
~Adjusting to Life Transitions and Medical Issues~
~Family Conflicts~
~Unresolved Grief~
~Loss of a Spouse or Adult Child~
~Emotional Trauma~
~Early Stages of Dementia~

 

Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSWs) are also able to provide screenings for depression, anxiety and cognitive/memory impairment.

Counseling with a Licensed Clinical Social Worker is provided in the home and is covered by Traditional Medicare Part B or private pay by the hour.

 

For more information, please contact:
Cheryl Young, LCSW at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


To make a referral, please contact:
Emily Habermehl, LMSW at 512.467.6168.

 

 

 

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