Counseling, Coaching & Lead Mangement
"Choosing a Quality Life!"
It is the goal of The Southern Center for Choice Theory (SCCT) to provide our customers with the most effective care available. We invite our customers to Choose a Quality Life! and all that means for them individually. This organization was formed in October of 2010, but, the members have been in the community providing services for more than 10 years.
Why Choice Theory? In the Fall of 2007, sixteen individuals were chosen as Glasser Scholars - and I was one of them. This very small event became a life changing event for me. Through my participation in the Glasser Scholars program I had an opportunity to learn how to work with myself and others in such a way that was effective and goal focused. We are studying, practicing, and sharing with everyone we come in to contact with the idea they have more control than they think.
Had Enough? When you want things to be different in your life, on your job, with your children, in all of your relationships we are the folks to call. As Reality Therapist, we are directive, firm, fair and friendly. We will assist you in gaining more effective control over your life! It does not matter if you are experiencing depression or some other mental health problem...if you are interested in changing and willing to do the work it takes to get there we can help you.
Lead management - our opportunity to teach managers, supervisors, school teachers/administrators, etc. how to use these ideas to ensure they are successful. If you are a business owner, manager, etc. and ready to see significant results within your organization give us a call.
CTRT is the primary path to change for us here at SCCT, however, it is one of several tools we use. Others include: Trauma Focused CBT, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Play therapy and Person-Centered therapy.
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Gloria Smith Cisse, CEO
411 Holt Avenue, Macon, GA 31204
Our Mission: To assist our clients, in the clinic, in their homes/communities and organizations, in choosing more effective behaviors.
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