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Let’s Take a Deep Breath Together. Let’s Clear Our Minds. Exhale. Let’s Rinse and Repeat. Let’s Have Faith Together.

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Heavenly Therapeutic Services extends comfort to our clients by providing our sessions via Teletherapy counseling and you do not even have to leave the comfort of your home and comfortable clothing. We strive to meet you exactly where you are and will continue to do so with one of our licensed and professional counselors. We are professionally trained, hold degrees, and are licensed to help you. Unfortunately, societal circumstances do not presently make things practical or possible to meet with your therapist in person for face-to-face counseling. Heavenly Therapeutic Services continues to be able to meet your need for remote assistance via the HIPPA-compliant platform, Simple Practice. Our e-counselors are just as committed to you and working with you as they would be if you saw them in person.

While there is not a guide or manual for what we are experiencing right now, we remain committed to addressing your time of great stress, worry, and anxiety for all of us. Presently, it has been show to be completely expected and appropriate to for you and possibly your loved ones to feel overwhelmed with anxiety, frustration, distress and even fear. What's important is to choose how you respond in this situation. Despite all of these items, just know we stand with you in unity to work through these discomforting circumstances.

There is hope. And there is help.

At this time, our offices are not open to the community, but it is with the hopes in the near future of this year that we will be able to support the needs of the community. There are special considerations that we will consider on a case-by-case basis for those who are in need. In addition, we are offering HIPPA compliant online or Teletherapy services from the comfort of your own home. If you are already a client of ours, please continue to prioritize your self-care during these times and contact your therapist if you have any questions or concerns.

We have included here some resources and information that may be helpful to you during this time. We pray that all of the people who are not feeling well, will return to full strengthen sooner than later. And we pray that all of us stay safe and stay well.

Together we will thrive!  


Health Lines: 
•    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: (800) 273-8255
•    Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): (800) 622-4357
•    National Youth Crisis Hotline: (800) 442- 4673
•    Department of Children and Families: (404) 657-3459
•    Elder Helpline of Georgia: 404-657-5258
•    Mental Health Services Parent Assistance Line: 1-800-715-4225


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