We approach counseling from a holistic perspective, emphasizing personal growth, emotional balance, and spiritual well-being. We advise you to read carefully about each of these components from to get an idea of the basic categorization apparatus. We’ll work with you to discover greater satisfaction in your relationships and peace of mind in your daily living.


Why come to us for counseling?

With you in mind, we’re

  • Open for appointments during the day and in the evenings;
  • Covered by major insurance companies;
  • Committed to offering counseling by people who are trained in both ministry and counseling.


What is Counseling?

Personal counseling is a chance to talk over issues that are important to you with a person who has professional training in helping people work through current situations and learn about dealing with similar situations in the future. Some of the problems that people discuss with counselors include relationship problems, sexuality concerns, depression, anxiety, trauma, and issues from the past that negatively affect the person’s daily functioning.

Most people go to counseling because they want help with specific problems. Many have talked to family and friends about these problems but are unable to improve things adequately on their own. Counseling provides a safe place in which to talk about issues and generate some useful solutions.

When you come for counseling you can expect to meet with an individual who has been through years of training designed to assist people with personal and social concerns. You can expect your counselor to listen to your experiences and ask you pertinent questions about your life. Your counselor will probably ask you some questions about your background, including your family, atypical experiences, and your relationships with others. The counselor will also ask what you hope to get out of counseling or what your goals are.

Most people come to counseling once per week for several weeks to work on their concerns while others come in just once and others come in periodically. During these meetings clients talk about their issues with the counselor. Sometimes the counselor may assign psychological “homework” as one method for you to make progress outside of the meetings. Sometimes your counselor may not be the best source of help for you and will help you in finding more appropriate assistance.