Gil Garcia, MSW
We provide outpatient mental health services and alcohol and other drug treatment.
We serve all ages and primarily provide Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
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Individual, Couple, Family and Marriage Counselor 3612 13th St. Menominee, MI 49858
We provide effective and experienced professional counseling for depression, anxiety, family problems, anger, persistent worry, abusive relationships, parenting, marriage counseling, couple counseling, step family issues, divorce issues, trauma, behavior problems and mood disorders. We work individuals, couples, and clients of all ages.
Gil Garcia has been serving the communities of Northeast Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan since 1978. Since that time we have provided services to individuals and families, employers, business concerns, churches, schools, hospitals, home health care services, nursing homes, daycare centers, our local university and technical college, veteran services, medical clinics, local governments, and law enforcement.
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Depression and anxiety are considered the "common colds" of mental health problems.
Depression and anxiety disorders are not the same though, although at first glance they seem very similar. Depression generates emotions such as hopelessness, despair and anger. Energy levels are usually very low, and depressed people often feel overwhelmed by the day-to-day tasks and personal relationships so essential to life.
A person with anxiety disorder, however, experiences fear, panic or anxiety in situations where most people would not feel anxious or threatened. The sufferer may experience sudden panic or anxiety attacks without any recognized trigger, and often lives with a constant nagging worry or anxiousness. Without treatment, such disorders can restrict a person’s ability to work, maintain relationships, or even leave the house.
But if there is an immediate threat to hurt yourself or others, call 911 now. You'll be doing better later.
Our phones are answered LIVE 24/7 to answer your questions and schedule appointments.
Please contact us anytime! We look forward to hearing from you.
(866) 903-6000 or (906) 864-2208.