Treatment Approach

Types of Therapy

Christian Counseling, Cognitive Behavior (CBT) Family/Marital, Trauma Focused and Person -Centered


Individuals, Couples, Family, Pastoral and Groups


Individual counseling helps people to explore their feelings, beliefs, and behaviors and provide the skills needed to overcome obstacles. Christian counseling encourages the individual to apply God’s principles through the Word of God and the leading of the Holy Spirit. In doing so, the individual will be guide to a better relationship with God where complete healing can take place. ( 1 Thessalonians 5:23) ( James 1:4)


Provides a biblical perspective on counseling by way of educational and therapeutic approach. It teaches pre – engaged and premarital couples how to acquire the skills necessary to build lasting relationships. Couples learn to avoid the behaviors that often result in divorced. And couples come to understand the central role one’s past has on present and future thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, like decisions that can hinder relationship success.  (Proverbs 11:14)


Couple counseling seeks to resolve conflicts in communication, sex, child rearing, finances and other underlying problems that prevent the spiritual oneness. Couples counseling can be a great benefit for those who are struggling with issues. God is the ultimate healer and biblical counseling can provide the tools for relationship success. (James 5:16) (Ephesians 5:25) (Colossians 3:13)


Family is the core of our society.  Because God has designed marriage for pro-creation understanding God’s blueprint for marriage is crucial for children’s development. If marriage is complete and whole then children have a better chance of living a productive life in Christ rooted in the Word of God. (1 Corinthians 13) (Ephesians 6:4)(Exodus 20:12) (Psalms 127:3-5)


Group counseling has many benefits. Group members benefit by gaining support, insight, knowledge and accountability. Also, group counseling members acquire relational skills and learn to develop ways to inner act with others. Other advantages of group counseling provide a sense of belonging, interpersonal interaction, support, perspective and motivation. for the participants (Proverbs 17:17)