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    Counseling That Makes a Difference

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Welcome to Family Life Counseling, serving Mansfield, Shelby, Galion, Danville, Millersburg and surrounding areas

We are here to serve you and your family with counseling services that make a positive difference.

There are many families in Richland and surrounding counties facing desperate situations that involve mental health and substance abuse issues. Our therapy approach is to treat the entire family, not just the troubled individual. Our goal is to renew and maintain the natural family structure and support group with an emphasis on returning the individual to a healthy family and community life. Please feel free to browse our website - we hope that you will find what you are looking for!

Why Family Life?



Recent Updates

  • Presenting Parent Project: Help with the Challenging Teen Years Do you need help navigating the pre-teen and teenage years of parenting? We're here for you! We began a new Parent Project group on Monday, January 18, at our office at 151 Marion Ave in Mansfield. This group is specifically designed for parents, grandparents and guardians of strong-willed children (ages 11-19) and/or children who are acting out at home or school. The group will meet for ten weeks from 6-9 pm the first six weeks and 6-8 pm the last four weeks. There is a $10 fee for the manual provided. Registration is from 5:30-6 pm the first evening, or you may call 419-774-9969 with any questions.
  • Galion Office is Open Family Life Counseling is excited to have opened a new office in Galion to more easily serve Crawford County residents. The new office is located at 6 Public Sq. 2nd floor of the Lincoln Way Professional Building, and the phone number is 567-560-3583.
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Here, I have a support system of people who really understand and want to see me heal.


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"Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day, saying, "I will try again tomorrow." 

~ Mary Anne Radmacher


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