FULTON, NY – Counseling and Healing Arts is an office that provides mental health counseling as well as holistic health care. The main office is located at 188 S. Third St., Fulton.
They host a satellite office in Oswego.
Counseling and Healing Arts accepts many insurance plans and also offers the option of self-pay for those who need it.
Feel free to contact them at 315-207-5435 or visit www.healingartsofoswego.com
You can also find them on Facebook.
Counseling and Healing Arts provides a warm, welcoming environment to those who need emotional support and counseling.
They offer professional strength-based therapy and supportive services to clients and encourage personal growth and healing.
Their services are designed to enhance the client’s ability to make positive choices for themselves and help empower them to meet their goals.
They take pride in being able to offer alternative services that approach treatment holistically from a mind, body and spirit perspective.
Counseling and Healing Arts has a staff of excellent mental health counselors who provide services for a variety of concerns including drug and alcohol abuse, depression, anxiety, trauma, domestic violence, marriage and family problems as well as everyday life challenges.
The staff also offers specialized counseling services for clients with eating disorders. In addition, they offer professional services in the areas of exercise physiology and rehabilitation including Taiji and Qigong.
According to Tiffany Gentile, clinical director of CHA, “There is a high need in Oswego County for excellent mental health care. Due to the high poverty levels, extensive drug and alcohol usage and overwhelming mental health issues we have been working very hard to make a difference in this community. We have built a great team of counselors and staff and we continue to grow as we see the needs of the community. The positive response from community members and other agencies has been wonderful but we still need to get the word out that we are here and we want to help people in need of support.”
The Oswego office is at 17 W. Cayuga St. Suite 1A. Both offices have the same phone number (207-5435). Only the Fulton office has a receptionist.
The office hours vary, but generally are 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday – Friday.