Reflections











































Hope and healing for the hurt
only you can feel.
I believe we experience events that may define our lives.

I believe our future depends on how we respond to the memory of those events.

I believe we can choose how we respond.

Reflections

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month

by Susan Rigney on 04/16/15

In order to prevent child abuse we must become more educated on the topic. childwelfare.gov is a great place to start for information and resources.


I encourage everyone to get involved in the prevention of child abuse in our communities.

March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month

by Susan Rigney on 03/16/15

If you or someone you love is bothered by problem gambling, you may be eligible for no-cost confidential help. 

Have you ever gambled to escape from personal problems or to relieve uncomfortable feelings such as guilt, anxiety or depression?

Have you ever felt like gambling is taking over your life?

Have you ever tried to cut down or control your gambling?

If you live or work in the Coachella Valley please call me directly and we can get started immediately!

New Perspective

by Susan Rigney on 02/17/15

Learning something new feels uncomfortable even when we know it will benefit us in the long run. I have found that attitude has everything to do with success. 


A positive attitude makes learning something new more fun and exciting. Humor and the ability to laugh at our mistakes proves to be healthy both mentally and physically.

A New Year

by Susan Rigney on 02/05/15


If you are not happy with where you are in life, 
you can change your focus to see yourself in a new way.

Are you where you want to be in your life and relationships? Or are you stuck in the same place emotionally? Please call and we can work together to discover new ideas to change your life. 

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

by Susan Rigney on 10/20/14

1 in 4 women experience domestic abuse in their lifetime.

Women 20-24 years of age are at greater risk of being a victim of Intimate Partner Violence.

Rape can be perpetrated by an Intimate Partner batterer.

About one-third of female homicides are killed by their Intimate Partner.

Most Intimate Partner Violence is never reported to law enforcement.

For more information or if you believe you are at risk for domestic abuse in Riverside County California, please contact the Family Justice Center at 
760.863.8363 or your local police department. You CAN get help!

Susan Rigney, MA
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (MFC 47547)
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC 556)
Please call for an appointment 760.341.3144

For more information about recovery support go to:

www.addiction180.com