A Ray of Sunshine Counseling Consultants is committed to provide quality counseling, education, mindset and substance abuse recovery coaching to individuals seeking to develop healthy coping mechanisms and build a foundation for sustained success.
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RAY OF SUNSHINE COUNSELING
A Ray of Sunshine Counseling Consultants LLC is a private counseling and consulting firm. Our guiding principles are rooted in quality, responsibility, mutuality, self-efficacy and choice.
Our staff is highly skilled and educated at the Masters Level. Social Workers, Licensed Counselors, Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselors, Transformational Mindset Coaches and DOT qualified SAP in the State of Texas.
Our counselors have immense experience working with individuals experiencing drug & alcohol addiction, homelessness, mental health, grief, and navigating significant change in different life cycles.
Through innovative education, mindset coaching, and compassionate recovery support, we help them build resilience, reclaim their personal power, and rewrite their narratives with vibrant chapters of fulfillment and purpose.
We achieve this through our three core values, awareness, accountability, action!
OUR SUNSHINE PROGRAMS
At A Ray of Sunshine Counseling Consultants, we ignite transformation. We walk alongside individuals seeking freedom from addictive mindsets and self-sabotage, empowering them to break free from the shadows and embrace their limitless potential. We believe in the inherent strength and sunshine within each person, and our mission is to guide them towards lives that soar.
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By Emily Donaldson | 12:59 PM Nov 19, 2016 CST
Harris County resident Loretta Ray has seen the effectiveness of the Salvation Army from every angle. After turning to the nonprofit’s services to turn her life around, she has since dedicated her life to helping others in the Greater Houston area do the same thing. Ray first benefited from the services of Sally’s House—a shelter for single women addicted to drugs and alcohol—when she was released from prison for the ninth time in 2006. While still in prison, Ray wrote to Sally’s House Executive Director Gay McCurdy to ask for lodging upon her release.
Today we’d like to introduce you to Loretta Ray. Hi Loretta, we’re thrilled to have a chance to learn your story today. So, before we get into specifics, maybe you can briefly walk us through how you got to where you are today? My name is Loretta Ray. I am a native Houstonian. My journey truly began in 2006 when I made a decision to change my life for the better. I had struggled since the age of 14 with homelessness and addiction. I found a place called Sally’s House that was operated by The Salvation Army, it was a transitional living facility for women recovering from drugs and alcohol. I remained in that program for 8 months, successfully completed in 2007 and went into The Beacon Brigid’s Hope Program, an independent living program to help women such as myself get on their feet while working, but paying minimal rent to establish savings and stability.
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My experience was pretty good. I had open communication with Mrs. Ray and was able to reach her when needed. The SAP process was very organized, and I am back to driving!
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