THINK YOU MIGHT NEED
PROFESSIONAL HELP?

New parents are extremely vulnerable to depression and anxiety during the period of pregnancy and infant care as they try to copy with changes in identity, emotional upheaval and changing family roles. Our counseling program is designed to provide professional help for women/families desiring to work on personal growth.

We are happy to offer free counseling services for individuals, couples, in addition to support groups.

Your session will typically last an hour. You will see our counselor in a private setting. Your conversation is completely confidential. Our staff is non-judgmental. Our goal is to listen, ask questions, understand your thoughts and opinions so that we can provide information and resources that will help you through these challenges.

WE CAN HELP WITH THESE ISSUES:        

Depression and anxiety
Adjustment issues and challenges
Role/identity changes in becoming a parent
Work/family balance
Developmental concerns

Stress or anger management

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“Recently I lost my baby to foster care. But, I’m meeting regularly with my counselor and other agencies. The Crossing has helped me gain confidence in myself, knowing I’m valuable as a person and able to become the wonderful mother that I want to be. The Crossing is the quiet place I can go when things are overwhelming, to have someone listen and help me get things on track, whether in my relationships or working on parenting and planning for a better future.”

“I was worried I was pregnant. I didn’t know how to take care of a baby. In conversations with my counselor, I realized I was coerced by my adult boyfriend. My parents were unaware of this whole situation. I decided to come to The Crossing. With my counselor, I talked about sexual purity, freedom and ownership of my body.  It turned out I wasn’t pregnant. My counselor helped me talk to my parents and alert authorities about my situation.  I’m now on a path to recovery and beginning a new life.”

Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it. Proverbs 22.6