Counseling Service Holding Ribbon Cutting Tuesday
The Moore County Chamber of Commerce co-hosted a grand opening and ribbon-cutting Tuesday at Kardia Counseling and Consulting.
The veteran-owned, certified counseling service is at 325 Page Road, Building 3, in Pinehurst, and appointments can be scheduled for a variety of related services.
Owners Billy and Anne Wray's clinical focus includes deployment challenges, addictive disorders (alcohol, drugs, and eating disorders), family dynamics, marital issues, grief and loss issues, school difficulties, depression, anxiety, adjustment disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder and fertility.
They also offer focused educational and training in pregnancy support, birth adjustment, parenting, relapse prevention, child development, teacher mentoring and forgiveness.
The Wrays say they work with clients to "heal hearts and minds" through a variety of clinical therapies.
"It's not just about what you think or feel," Billy Wray said. "It's about what you think about how you feel. Each person's thoughts have a mind of their own. We help individuals sort out these thoughts to they can have productive and meaningful lives."
Founded in 2011, Kardia Counseling and Consulting is growing as a market leader in counseling services in Moore County, a news release said. The practice has earned its coveted credentialing and recognition as a Tricare-Certified Mental Health Counselor and as an independent practitioner.
The practice's certifications include National Certified Counselor, Licensed Clinical Profes-sional Counselor, Addiction Specialist, Licensed Profes-sional Counselor, Licensed Clinical Addictions Special-ist, and Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor.
"We are ready to help individuals live the life they want rather than a life they think they're stuck with," the Wrays said.
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