Family Caregiving

While caring for an aging parent or sick family member can be rewarding, it is also tough. Sacrificing your time and money can lead to feelings of bitterness and regret, causing ill will toward the very people you love and want to help. With the right support system in place, caregiving, though difficult, is made manageable. Whether you are facing a specific problem or you just need a sounding board and some general guidance, a qualified mental health professional can help with caregiving challenges.

Local experts in Family Caregiving

Kerry Powers, LPC (She/Her)

Licensed Professional Counselor


Caring for a loved one is tremendous act of love an can be a highly stressful and complicated experience. It's important to know that your own self-care is paramount to being an effective caregiver. I am experienced in working with caregivers and their loved ones who are coping with a chronic medical and or psychological impairment. Having access to resources, education and support is essential.

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Lori Eckel (she/her)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker


I work with individuals and families to navigate the complex landscape of caregiving. Together we can explore the meaning for you in your caregiving experience as well as the strain in mind, body, or sprit, that may accompany this experience. I help you to process the shifting relational experience and expectations with your care receiver as well as create space to consider your own well being while you care for others.

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