We all face "storms" in life. 

  Some storms are small, but others may be devastating. Regardless, the storms can be difficult and our brains naturally work to make sense of the sequence of events we experience. 

  The counseling process can be helpful in finding peace with the storms and understanding the experiences with increased insight. 

Matthew 5:44-45 
New International Version (NIV)
44 But I tell you, love your enemies and pray for those who 
persecute you, 45 that you may be children of your Father 
in heaven. He causes his sun to rise on the evil and the good, and 
sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous.

Who can benefit from Counseling and Consulting Services?

   Counseling is beneficial for anyone who has relationships of any kind. Counseling is also beneficial in processing life events and improving your ability to cope with them.

     Symptoms (such as irritability, depression, and anxiety) do not have to be severe to warrant counseling services. 
     If symptoms are hindering any area of life... if they are significant to you, they are important enough to seek counseling.

     Problematic symptoms can be harmful to your relationships. Take a moment to think of the relationships in your life. The first relationship to come to your mind may have been a relationship with a significant other. Then you may think of your immediate family: children, siblings, parents, and other relatives. Beyond your immediate family are more relationships. Friends, coworkers, classmates, church family, and instructors or bosses are also examples of relationships you have in your life. 

Scripture says that "God is Love" (1 John 4:8). I believe it is for this reason that humans were created to be relational beings, meaning that our lives are filled with interactions with one another. Learning how to make the best of these relationships and manage symptoms to prevent them from interfering in your relationships are important parts of the counseling process. 


 Offering hope to families and individuals.


Improving the mental, emotional, and spiritual health of clients by providing assistance with
skill building and processing life events from a faith-based approach.