Starting the Conversation

Starting the Conversation

by Wayne M Cagle, MEd, LPC-S

What does it mean to live well? In a nutshell, it’s living up to one’s full potential in every aspect of life. As with most of us, life, at times, gets out of balance and sometimes even chaotic. We’re here to help you bring back that balance.

At Lifeworks, we are in the business of LIFE change. If you want something different, you have to do something different. Most of us do not like change and consequently remain in our sometimes disruptive patterns, even though we may be aware that without change, our current reality will stay the same or worsen. It’s important to understand that doing is not just about behavior. Without a change in our perspective of self and the world around us, any behavior change is unlikely to remain. True transformation comes with the consistent practice of new perceptions that inform our behavior leading to new patterns.

The mission of Lifeworks is providing guidance and support to help you manage life well. “You” may be an individual, a relationship, an organization, or an entire community that desires to live well but may need some assistance. Our licensed psychologists and professional counselors provide you a confidential and safe place to talk with someone who neither needs nor wants anything from you, is not connected to your world, and who desires to help you help yourself. Not everyone who comes to Lifeworks for help has a clinical diagnosis. In fact, a great deal of our clients come for help dealing with everyday issues; such as, job stress, relationship struggles, life transition, and general life improvement. Our clients come to talk things out loud in a safe environment without fear of judgment.

If you would like help living well, we encourage you to start the conversation. Live well. Let us help

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