Entries by kaleidoscopecounselingpllc.com

Yoga for Mental Wellness

Join us for a therapist led yoga class at Kaleidoscope Counseling. This class will offer basic practices of breathwork, meditation, and movement with focus on finding balance (emotional and physical), alignment, mindfulness, and relaxation. This class is great as a part of any yogi’s personal practice, as well as those in mental health treatment looking […]

Self-Care Workshop

Join us for a Self-Care Workshop led by Nedra Glover Tawwab, LCSW. This workshop is perfect for: Busy adults Parents People struggling with work/life balance In this small, intimate workshop you will learn: What is self-care? The importance of practicing self-care. The 7 components of self-care. Learn the difference between real self-care and treating yourself. […]

Healing From Loss

The Four Tasks Of Healing From A Loss    Most people are aware and have heard of the five stages of grief- denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance, a model created by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross. However many are not knowledgeable of William Worden’s ‘four tasks of healing from a loss’ which is important to know especially […]

Free 30 Minute Meditation Class

Join us for a therapist led meditation class at Kaleidoscope Counseling. Meditation is a tool for relaxing, mindfulness, and restoring yourself. In this class, you will learn, how to be present, breath, and achieve peace. Space is limited. Meagan Bullock, LCSW will be hosting this class. She is a licensed therapist with a background is […]

Our practice was featured on www.wscotv.com. Nedra Glover Tawwab of Kaleidoscope Counseling in Charlotte, NC was interviewed for WSOCTV, February 25, 2019 for their Black History Month Spotlight . Read the full article here. 

5 Benefits of Individual Counseling

What is Individual Counseling? Individual counseling is a resource for people who struggle with mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc. Individuals can learn to cope with stress, interpersonal issues, grief, anger issues, and low self-esteem throughout the process of counseling. The counselor merely opens the door to allow the individual to […]