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Taking it Coastal: A Mental Health Blog

Updated: Dec 12, 2022

Welcome to Coastal Connecticut Counseling!

Helping individuals, couples, children and families build resilience and embrace growth.

Coastal is comprised of a team of mental health clinicians who are passionate about providing an array of resources and support to empower others to embrace their journey towards personal growth.

This blog was specifically created to stay connected with those in our community. We understand how important it is to have access to support when you need it most and we hope this space will act as an additional resource of supplemental information, tools, reassurance and a feeling of understanding. We want you to feel comfortable here, and we want to hear what challenges you are facing, so we can provide a better way for you to obtain what you need, at any time of day.

Anything is easier when you feel supported.

Coastal is dedicated to providing the support and the resources to help you feel more empowered and a little bit more like you.

About Coastal...

Coastal Connecticut Counseling is a group psychotherapy practice in Southport, Connecticut. Coastal's team is made up of a group of therapists and healthcare professionals from differing backgrounds who offer a variety of counseling services for children, teens and adults. Coastal's providers specialize in the treatment of anxiety, depression, attention deficit disorder, behavioral problems, trauma/PTSD, parenting concerns, life transitions, and marriage/relationship challenges, to name a few.

Coastal also offers a broad range of therapeutic community and specialty services.

Because affordable mental healthcare is our number one priority, we accept most major insurances and offer financial assistance to those who qualify.

Please check in with us regularly, as we post weekly. We want to hear from you and invite you to leave us feedback, and let us know how we can best provide you the support you are seeking.

Please understand that this forum is not monitored and should not be used as a substitute for therapeutic intervention or support during a crisis. if you find you are in need of immediate support please call 211, or 911 for emergency services.

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