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Therapists in Moosup

Kenneth A Ferguson, Counselor  in Moosup
“If you suffer anxiety, depression and not knowing what you can do to change your circumstances, you are not alone. These are some of the biggest problems that face us today. Racing thoughts, poor appetite or over eating are just some of the symptoms. Sometimes it involves your marriage or your kids,your grandkids, grief and loss, or your job. Sometimes using drugs or alcohol can make these problems worse or cause them in the first place. Or maybe you want to do pre-marital or marital counseling.The first 75 years of any relationship are the hardest.Let's talk.
(860) 819-3148
Office is near:
Moosup, Connecticut 06354
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