Research in the professional literature indicates that simply taking the steps of exploring options, becoming better informed and then actually contacting a qualified helper can often provide a client with a sense of empowerment, confidence and hope.
We believe that instilling hope as we walk with our clients is a key function of therapy, not as a promise that “things will get better”, but with confidence that things can and will change. We trust the process of building relationships; with God, ourselves and others as a part of that change. That is our mission. We believe that people are designed to live in relationships, in fellowship, in community.
As Christians, we believe that life is best lived by faith, by grace and as an expression of the true meaning of love. Counseling is a step of strength and courage, not a sign of weakness or helplessness. “How do you know when it is time to go for counseling?” Answer: “When you have a problem and you are not sure what to do about it”. We all face problems. The real question is “What do I want to do about it?” There is help available.
We welcome the opportunity to speak with you, answer questions about the process and begin a journey of growth with you trusting in the work of the Holy Spirit as our guide and comfort. We don’t preach or lecture. We are fellow travelers who are confident about the journey and the possibility of change.