Advice Care Proudly Announces the Launch of Their Services

Certified Cognitive-Behavioral Therapists with Advice Care seek to give callers personal attention for virtually any issue or concern the caller may wish to discuss.
CORDOVA, Tenn. - June 16, 2014 - PRLog -- At Advice Care, Certified Cognitive-Behavioral Therapist care about your well-being! Advice Care prides themselves in giving callers personalized, one-on-one attention that is completely free of judgment. All callers’ privacy is assured. The trained therapists can discuss virtually any issue or concern, as they are experienced in many areas.

Advice Care Counselors responds to callers who are experiencing traumatic events or crises, such as events that provoke fear, anger, frustration, nightmares, and insomnia. The counselors are active listeners that can offer unconditional acceptance and reassurance. They are also nonjudgmental when helping a person through a crisis. Advice Care offers short-term help to reduce the emotional and mental impact that a crisis has on a person.

There are many benefits of phone counseling. Talking to a third person helps callers to get a fresh perspective about a situation in which the people involved may not agree. Phone counseling also helps to combat the loneliness that comes from not finding a person to confide in. Callers can speak with counselors while riding in the car, on their lunch break, or between work meetings.

Clients of Advice Care reported that convenience and accessibility were the best attributes of receiving telephone counseling.

With everyone becoming so career oriented in today's fast, corporate world, there is not enough time to go to or to shell out money to see a counselor. Telephone counseling option gives clients the advantage of staying in the comfort of their home when talking to the counselor. Counselors who offer telephone counseling have flexible schedules, and will call at the client’s convenience. Advice Care provide information, activities and structure that will help callers recover and move past their crisis.

To contact Advice Care, please call 1-800-679-4031 or visit their Facebook page at

If you are in a life threatening situation, do not call Advice Care. Instead, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, a free, 24-hour hotline, at 1.800.273.8255. If the issue is an emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.

Lyndia Madison

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