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Adjunct to Counseling

Use these resources to help make counseling as time-efficient and productive as possible.

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Skill-Building and Self-Help

Draw on these materials to gain strength and new skills in addressing various challenges.

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Understand and Help Others

Gain insight to strengthen your ability to understand and support others in their challenges.

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Helping Professionals

Draw on these resources to help your own clients, or to guide their work between sessions.

Depressed Woman-1Many struggle with emotional challenges such as depression, anxiety, low self esteem, grief, abuse, or addiction.

The information in this section will provide helpful resources in each of these topic areas to assist in rehabilitation, recovery, and healing from these troubling conditions.

Information will also be presented to help prevent these conditions from occurring (or recurring.) See also the Wellness section for more information on developing resilience and positive lifestyle management. See the Relationships section for information to improve relationships that may otherwise be contributing to emotional distress.

How Can a Resource Library Be Useful?

1. Adjunct to Counseling

Self-help resources can greatly expedite the process of therapy, saving time and money, helping you and your therapist identify the most efficient, effective road to recovery, providing guidance along the way. 

2. Skill Building and Self - Help

Many people find that when they have the right information in their hands, they can set in motion some significant growth in themselves and in their families, even if they're not currently in professional counseling.  

3. Understand and Support Others

Many find that, though they may not be struggling themselves, they can educate themselves about struggles afflicting others, so they can effectively help provide support, direction, and understanding.

4. Helping Professionals

The information on this site can also provide helpful reference materials for counselors, clergy, and interns - both to guide their own healing efforts, and to be a direct resource they can refer to those they serve.

Contact Info

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Sandy, Utah, 84094
Phone: 801-598-4175

Email:  carrie@counselinglibrary.org
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