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Christian Counseling

Let me just state up front that the client is always the final word on what type of therapy they receive.  I respect the wishes of all clients who request secular psychotherapy and provide high quality, evidence-based therapy to all.

That being understood, let me add that people are not just physical and psychological beings.  We are also spiritual.  I have a strong conviction that the goal of therapy should include both psychological and spiritual wholeness, though in different proportions depending on the expectations of the client.  I firmly believe the best way to accomplish this goal is through a qualified Christian therapist.  All psychological issues have spiritual components to them.  Pastoral counseling focuses on the spiritual, while secular therapists focus on the psychological.  A good, licensed Christian therapist has the distinct advantage of being able to integrate Biblical Christianity with evidence-based psychotherapy, the best of both worlds. Truly a match made in heaven!