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  • Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 6:00pm
  • Saturday: Closed
1900 Brice Road Suite B, Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068
P: 614-239-9965 | F: 614-239-9971

E: info@wcapcounseling.org

Author Archives: Louise Savoie

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Is Group Counseling for You? Here’s How to Know

There is strength in numbers, especially when receiving care and working through your recovery. This has never been truer in group therapy. As a provider of counseling services in Ohio at WCAP Counseling, we have seen this personally, not to mention ...

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Reasons to Consider a Telehealth Therapy Session

With the current pandemic putting a halt to most activities such as your in-office therapy, you may have been offered the option of telehealth therapy in place of your in-person counseling session. That said, you may be hesitant about making the swit...

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Tips on Taming Your Anger

Anger is a normal and healthy emotion but when uncontrolled, it can be destructive for you or others, which is why you must learn to deal with it in a positive way, by yourself or with the help of an anger management program. Here are ways you can pu...

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What You Need to Know About Panic Disorder

Panic attacks are characterized by an overwhelmed and terrified feeling even if you’re not in any danger. When you’ve experienced this twice, you might have one of the types of anxiety disorders called panic disorder, which can be treated in many...

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Grief: How Alcohol Use Affects the Healing Process

At several points in our lives, grief comes and introduces us to deep pains that seem to be incurable. Grief is one of the reasons why people turn to alcohol and drugs. These substances, which are readily accessible, promise a temporary relief which ...

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Negative Consequences of Drunk or Drugged Driving

Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs has been the major cause of injuries and deaths on the road. A lot of people might have raised the question of which between the two is worse. To be direct to the point, neither is safe to do. Even if s...

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