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  1. I have not been to Aloha for therapy, but in knowing Wes Hardcastle-Orr, I can understand that with his caring demeanor and willingness to listen, he would make an excellent counselor. In addition, he is very community-minded.

    1. Thanks Bill Anderson, sorry for the delay in responding. I appreciate the positive feedback. My business is, for sure, very community minded as well. When I organized the vigil in regards to migrant children being maltreated and being separated from their families and put essentially in cages I was and, am still, appalled. Please see our write up in Savannah News. See here. Aloha Counseling Savannah opposes migrant child abuse.

  2. Aloha Counseling is a valuable resource for Savannah-area people who may not feel comfortable going to “traditional” counselors. You’ll find not just trained counselors, but open hearts and open minds as well.

  3. Aloha counselling is a rejuvenating experience that will not turn anyone away. With an LGBTQ+ friendly atmosphere and a contemporary way of counselling, Aloha counselling fails to disappoint any client that walks in the door. Aloha counselling honors our Active Duty Servicemembers and does their best to ensure any Military member as well as civilian feels comfortable and refreshed after each counselling session. Don’t just take my word for it, try Aloha Counselling Savannah yourself. You’ll be glad you did.

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