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Basic Steps to Deal with Anger

At the Family Services Counseling Center, we teach people how to manage their anger.  We begin with helping people understand that anger is a feeling – and feelings are OK.  Its not wrong to become angry.  Anger is a normal and necessary emotion.  It is a very...

Why Even the Smallest Business Needs an Employee Assistance Program

Worsening health status and stagnating productivity are major concerns of employers nationwide. Some employers are experiencing alarming increases in absence rates due to the growing number of claims for short- and long-term disability and Family Medical Leave. Stress...

5 Signs That Someone May Be Struggling With Mental Illness

One in five adults experience a mental health disorder each year.1 Mental health issues can be more disabling than deafness or severe vision loss.2  More Americans are expected to die this year by suicide than in car accidents.3 The way that each of us views mental...

9 Things Men Can Do to Prevent Gender Violence

85% of domestic violence victims are women.  Here in Southeast Texas, the percentage is even greater.  At Family Services, we help victims of domestic violence (men and women) by providing them and their children shelter from their abuser. We help batterers (men and...

Family Services Raises $33,000 to Strengthen SETX Families

On February 23, Family Services of Southeast Texas hosted the 14th Annual Celebrate Families Luncheon, an annual fundraiser benefiting the Family Services Counseling Center and the Beaumont and Jasper Women and Children’s Shelter. We are pleased to announce that...