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  • VIDEO: Counselors Sarah Williams and Kristen Morand talk about how the Oct. 4 flooding affected residents' emotional and mental health

    Licensed professional counselors Sarah Williams and Kristen Morand talk about why they set up a support group for residents affected by the historic Oct. 4 flooding.

Licensed professional counselors Sarah Williams and Kristen Morand talk about why they set up a support group for residents affected by the historic Oct. 4 flooding. awilks@thestate.com
Licensed professional counselors Sarah Williams and Kristen Morand talk about why they set up a support group for residents affected by the historic Oct. 4 flooding. awilks@thestate.com

Columbia counselors offer free support group for flood-affected residents

January 15, 2016 11:53 AM