har·vest

noun / the product or result of an action

verb / collect or obtain (a resource) for future use

The goal at Harvest Counseling is to help clients cultivate a healthy mindset and grow skills that will better enable them cope with life's challenges.


Things might happen around you, and things might happen to you. But the only things that matter are the things that happen in you. -Eric Butterworth

These two things are central to Harvest's practice beliefs:

  1. The thoughts and feelings we give attention to are what will grow.
  2. People have the ability to healthily adapt to their environment and circumstances. Lasting peace and joy ultimately does not come from current life events.

 

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