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"Hi, thanks for stopping by. 

My name is Pastor Roland. I'm a volunteer. I don't work for a church. Helping people on the radio and the internet is my church. I'm interested in helping people with stress, life and relationship issues. I've been doing this for 25 years. 

Check out our free resources at our 24/7 Self Help Resource Center.  




 Want to listen to Roland?


 

"Hi, this is Roland. There are so many cool ways to catch my radio program!



Click here for the latest radio program and our archives.


Here are some more ways to listen


My show is archived at KMET Radio 1490 AM, Palm Springs
with rss feed and iTunes too!

Click here to listen anytime

Listen online 24/7 and now
take it with you anywhere you go to listen on your iPhone, mobile device or Android




Got stress? Relationship issues? Find out how to lead a stress free life and how to improve your relationships. Listen to my radio message about solving your problems and improving your relationships.


Click here to check out my  Youtube sermons!




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If this is an emergency, or if you are having thoughts of hurting yourself or others, do not contact me. Seek help through other channels immediately.  Click here to read advisory.

 
If you are ill, please contact your health care provider.


Advisory
Please read this entire advisory carefully because it contains valuable information

Please be advised that online counseling is not appropriate for all issues. Nor is it a substitute for face to face counseling with your mental health professional, medical practitioner, or spiritual care giver. 

Online counseling is not for you if you are under 18, if you are having thoughts of hurting yourself or others, if this is an emergency, if you are having psychotic symptoms, if you are presently under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or if there is domestic violence or abuse. If you are ill, please contact your health care provider.

Before contacting us, read this important information first about getting immediate help.

If you are experiencing an emergency, please call your local or national mental health crisis hotline, your medical doctor or 911 to receive immediate attention. If you are having thoughts of hurting yourself or others, get help immediately. You are not alone. People are standing by to help you. You may call 1-800-273-TALK (8255)  to be connected to the nearest crisis hotline. 

  If you are outside the United States look here to find the nearest help. You are not alone. People are standing by to help you. Get help immediately.

 If you or someone in your family  are experiencing bullying, child abuse, or domestic violence or abuse, you should seek help immediately from your local social service agency, women's shelter, mental health professional, law enforcement, or child protective services. You are not alone. People are standing by to help you. Get help right away. Internet and phone use can be monitored. Be careful. If need be go to a safe phone or safe internet connection to get professional help immediately.



 
Please be advised that online counseling is not appropriate for all issues. Nor is it a substitute for face to face counseling with your mental health professional or spiritual care giver.

Online counseling is not for you
if this is an emergency
  • if you are under 18 years of age
  • if you or someone in your household is in danger
  • if you have a history of self-injury
  • if you are having thoughts of hurting yourself or others
  • if you are in an abusive or violent relationship
  • if there is domestic violence,bullying, or abuse 
  • if you are presently under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • if you are having psychotic symptoms
If you are experiencing an emergency, please call your local or national mental health crisis hotline, your medical doctor or 911 to receive immediate attention. If you are having thoughts of hurting yourself or others, get help immediately. You are not alone. People are standing by to help you. You may call 1-800 Suicide or 1-800-273-TALK (8255)  to be connected to the nearest crisis hotline.
If you are outside the United States look here to find the nearest help. You are not alone. People are standing by to help you. Get help immediately. 

If you or someone in your family  is experiencing bullying, child abuse, or domestic violence or abuse, you should seek help immediately from your local social service agency, women's shelter, mental health professional, law enforcement, or child protective services. You are not alone. People are standing by to help you. Get help right away. Internet and phone use can be monitored. Be careful. If need be go to a safe phone or safe internet connection to get professional help immediately.


This weblog is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose or treat any condition, nor is it intended to take the place of consultation with your health care provider or mental health professional.