Taking care of your mental health during the COVID outbreak

The coronavirus crisis is unlike anything most of us have ever experienced. Health concerns, perhaps coupled with financial pressures, are taking a toll on us all – made worse by the fact that there is no clear picture of how long this will last. Everyone is affected by this unprecedented disruption to daily life, but … Continue reading Taking care of your mental health during the COVID outbreak

Westmont Family Counseling Ministries continues to operate during COVID crisis

WFCM recognizes that the COVID-19 crisis has created enormous strain for many people. Our counselors are continuing to meet with new and existing clients virtually over the phone or through teleconferencing, depending on the client’s preference. Our front office is continuing to answer emails and voicemails, and we encourage you to contact us if we … Continue reading Westmont Family Counseling Ministries continues to operate during COVID crisis

How cognitive behavioral therapy can benefit you

Therapists use a variety of approaches to the therapy process. One of the most common is cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), which is a general term referring to a type of therapy grounded in the idea that a person’s perception of life influences their quality of life – and that perception can be changed positively, which … Continue reading How cognitive behavioral therapy can benefit you

Thank you for supporting our 2019 Annual Dinner!

On Oct. 2, friends and supporters of Westmont Family Counseling Ministries gathered at Sunnehanna Country Club for our annual fundraising dinner. The evening’s program included John Maketa, who gave a fascinating presentation on demographics, “Facing the Future with Optimism.” We are grateful to the sponsors, donors, and everyone who attended this important event, which helps … Continue reading Thank you for supporting our 2019 Annual Dinner!

WFCM’s annual dinner is set for Oct. 2: Facing the Future with Optimism

One of the things that makes WFCM special is that we serve all people who need counseling – including those who are unable to pay for it, or who don’t have adequate insurance. That’s why we engage in fundraising activities like our annual dinner, which is held annually the first Wednesday in October at the … Continue reading WFCM’s annual dinner is set for Oct. 2: Facing the Future with Optimism