Lubbock, TX Free Anger Management Classes

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New Hope Addiction Treatment

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Serving the Lubbock Area.

(888) 849-3154

Thank you so much! You were a lot of help and did a very great job. The staff was very kind to us during this time

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Pat Ginn Counslr
Durward M. rated

Pat Ginn is a evil, cowardly man who yells at kids~! This despicable excuse for a human being does incalculable damage to children on a daily basis and should be hung from the nearest tree, in my opinion. My name is King Mahon and my mis-guided mother sent me to this evil man to be Harmed 37 years ago, he made quite an impression on me. The fact that he was a preacher at the time and is undoubtably traumatizing children on a daily basis turns my stomach. If you can live with yourself ( after having read this review) after sending your kids to this horrible man, then go aheAd, they will probably hate you for the rest iIf their lives as I hate my own mother for making me endure this trauma-based whatever it was. Pat Ginn deserved to wallow in his own feces and bile until he chokes. Worst Psychologist ever. This man should be hung from the nearest tree, my name is King Mahon and I hope you read this, Pat Ginn, you low life scumbag. Take your preachers clothes and hi to Hell~!

Robert Fortney, LPC, Licensed Professional Counselor
Robert F. rated

Gina OladeEMDR TherapistSelecting the right therapist is an important decision for any client. Robert offers a compassionate, professional and supportive environment to assist his clients.December 2, 2012, Gina reported to Robert at Private PracticeMary George BeyerLPC-S, CCMHC, NCCI found Robert to be attentive to Professional Ethics and served as an example by modeling them. His command of counseling approaches was varied according to the Client who needed his help. He was an excellent Supervisor! I learned much while observing Robert's work. As a Hospice Counselor, Robert was exemplary in his empathic methodology in grief counselingNovember 28, 2012, Mary George worked directly with Robert at Private PracticeTwila PickrellTherapistRobert is very good with clients dealing with life transitions, grief & loss, and lifestyle changes due to declining health. He has empathy and good clinical skills as well as the ability to encourage clients to improve their coping skills.November 28, 2012, Twila managed Robert at Private PracticeSarahLee MorrisSpiritual DirectorRobert combines all the best qualities one would wish in a counselor. He's not only well-trained and experienced in various counseling modes and settings, but he's also highly empathetic and truly cares about his clients and their needs. Robert's years as a parish pastor have provided him with a firm foundation for recognizing the spiritual aspect inherent in counseling situations regardless of a client's beliefs or tradition.May 15, 2013, SarahLee worked with Robert at First Presbyterian Church

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