CARE COUNSELING RANKED AMONG FASTEST-GROWING PRIVATE COMPANIES IN THE TWIN CITIES METRO-AREA BY MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL BUSINESS JOURNAL.

Care Counseling was announced today that it has been ranked No. 5 by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal at its Fast 50 Awards reception. 

Basilica Block Party 2021 Sponsored by CARE Counseling

Care Counseling is beyond excited to announce our sponsorship of the Basilica Block Party on September 10th+11th!

CARE-ING ABOUT THE COMMUNITY

In July of 2021, CARE Counseling attended the Twin Cities Pride celebration in Loring Park where we donated a dollar of our own money to CAREMore (Over $400), for each person that joined our resources newsletter.

CARE Counseling to participate in Mental Health Awareness at the State Fair on August 30

Mental Health Awareness at the State Fair is back in 2021! This event, which features CARE Counseling and about 60 mental health organizations from across the state, is an opportunity for all Minnesotans to raise awareness about mental health, which is more important now than ever before as we continue to recover from negative impacts of the global pandemic.

CARE Counseling Listed In Lavender Magazines Pride Pages Directory

CARE Counseling was featured in Lavender PRIDE pages of 2021. We welcome everyone here and pride ourselves on being LGBTQIA+ friendly.

Self-Injury Awareness

Self-injury includes deliberate acts of harm on one’s body that are typically done in an attempt to help relieve intentse emotional pain that has become overwhelming. 

Zero Discrimination Day

Zero Discrimination Day is celebrated around the world on March 1st to promote equality and help end discrimination.

Practicing Mindful Sex

You find yourself scrolling through social media and before you know it, you find yourself “doomsturbating“—doomscrolling while masturbating. This outcome is not too much different than other self-soothing activities we tend to find ourselves doing while stressed, anxious, depressed, lonely, or just plain old bored.

Why Every American Should CARE About Black History Month

History Matters. Black Lives Matter. Dr. Carter G. Woodson, influential author, editor, publisher, and historian (December 1875 – April 1950), is known as the “Father of Black History”. One the biggest challenges US/importance-black-history is how to stay engaged beyond the month of February.