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Change Group Co-Founder Starting St. Louis Counseling Practice.

Nov 07, 2012 No Comments by

Ryan Neace, one of the co-founders of The Change Group, is starting a practice in his old stomping grounds, St. Louis, MO.  The new St. Louis Counseling practice will be called ‘Change, Incorporated’, and will be inclusive of many of the same concepts as The Change Group at its core. “We’re still deciding if those [...]

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End of Summer Sale! 1 Month of Free Services with 90-Days to Change at The Change Group in Lynchburg!

Aug 05, 2012 No Comments by

90-Days to Change is a total life program at The Change Group that improves your functioning mentally, physically, socially, and spiritually.  It’s a good fit for people who’ve tried standard, once-a-week mental health counseling with no success, or who are just looking for something more.  After completing your initial assessments, for 90-Days solid you’ll meet [...]

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Pornography Addiction Series: Breaking Through Denial

Apr 03, 2012 No Comments by

One of the most uncomfortable things for people to admit is that they’re struggling with some form of addiction.  Often, alcoholics and drug addicts are among the very last to know they fall into that camp.  Pornography addiction may be even more difficult to acknowledge for a number of reasons.  Beloved author and spiritual leader [...]

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Counselors Should Understand Client Cultural Differences

Mar 24, 2012 No Comments

Interested in knowing more?  Call us today at 1-855-55-CHANGE (855-552-4264)! Counselors strive to create both a trusting relationship and a comfortable environment with all their clients so that the difficult task of healing therapy can begin. Today, clients seeking counseling come from an array of backgrounds, requiring counselors to know and understand the various ways culture [...]

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Help Managing Stress

Mar 19, 2012 No Comments

Call us at 1-855-55-CHANGE (1-855-552-4264) for help with stress in Lynchburg! A little bit of stress isn’t a bad thing: it mobilizes our bodies and energises us during the coping process. But being overstressed can result in a range of health problems, including headaches, upset stomach, high blood pressure and even strokes or heart disease. Coping [...]

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How to Meditate!

Mar 06, 2012 No Comments

At The Change Group, 90-Days to Change can help improve your physical, mental, social, and spiritual functioning.  One of the techniques we use at client request is meditation.  Some people can be scared of meditation, or think of it as “new age”.  But it doesn’t have to be so mysterious! The following simple exercise is [...]

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Lynchburg’s Teen Drinking Problem

Feb 16, 2012 No Comments

Alcohol use lands Lynchburg-area youth in ER; Prevention elusive By: AMY TRENT | Lynchburg News and Advance More than 50 youths under the age of 21, some as young as 11 years old, were admitted to Lynchburg General Hospital’s emergency room in 2011 because of alcohol use. The majority were diagnosed with “acute alcohol intoxication,” [...]

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What Are My Drug and Alcohol Treatment Options in Lynchburg, Virginia?

Feb 13, 2012 No Comments

What Are My Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Options in Lynchburg, VA? (This information has been copied with permission from If you live in Lynchburg, Virginia, or a surrounding community, there are a number of great options for you to receive the help you in need in recovering from drugs and alcohol!  You don’t [...]

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Lynchburg Counseling Students – 3 Reasons Not to Go Back to School!

Jan 16, 2012 No Comments

by Ryan Thomas Neace, MA, LPC (Ryan Thomas Neace is also an official blogger for the American Counseling Association. This entry can be also be read at the American Counseling Association blog by going to the ACA Website) People are returning to school in record numbers.  Graduate counselors-in-training are no exception.  According to the American Council [...]

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WSET-TV Interviews The Change Group regarding Sexual Abuse.

Nov 11, 2011 No Comments

The Change Group asked to comment on the Recent Tuscon Shooting ABC-13 WSET-TV November 11, 2011 (reprint) Reporter: Rachel Schaerr | Videographer: Daniel Heffner Lynchburg, VA – According to RAINN, the nation’s largest anti sexual violence organization, as many as one in three girls and one in seven boys will be sexually abused at some [...]

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