Where to start
It is critical that you find a counselor whom you can connect with, whom you feel comfortable with, whom you feel “gets you.” Therefore, we encourage you to take a few minutes to read a little about each one of our counselors via our team button below. If you have questions about any of them, please contact us!
Meeting with a counselor in person is an effective way to work through whatever life changes, situations, or circumstances you may currently be experiencing.
One of the benefits of an in-person Christian counseling session is the development of trust and understanding that typically encourages self-realization in our clients.
From there, in-person counseling continues to help our clients acknowledge problems and issues and encourages them to think up solutions with gentle help and guidance from the counselor.
Biblical Counseling for how we live today.
Our counselors are trained to give you the best care over video chat and in our counseling office—where you get counseling is up to you.
From your couch
Cut down on commute times by talking to your counselor right from the comfort of your own home.
Secure video calls
We use Zoom as an online therapy platform that allows you confidential support of a counselor through an easy-to-use and HIPAA-compliant app.
Sometimes, the best therapist for you and your current situation doesn’t live by you. Online therapy can be an excellent solution for this problem.
The New Era of Christian Counseling.
We want to make quality, God-honoring counseling available to all, as everyone deserves the opportunity to get help when they need it. Fortunately, our video-based, online therapy Christian counseling sessions make that possible for you! Whether you are looking for individual help, marriage counseling, family counseling, or even counseling for your child, we can meet you in the comfort of your home at a day and time that work for you.
Disclaimer: Online therapy isn’t appropriate for people who are:
Currently suicidal, homicidal or violent.
Currently experiencing major psychiatric episodes, at risk of psychiatric hospitalization, or struggle with severe drug/alcohol dependence.