Faith Based Counseling
Faith-based approaches to counseling and therapy incorporate one's faith and spiritual beliefs into the process of personal growth, healing and change. In American culture, the term "faith-based" is usually used with specific reference to the Christian faith. Christians of various denominations look for faith-based counseling because they want to share a common foundation about life, relationships, and mental health with their counselor.
Many clients come to us specifically for faith-based reasons and we welcome people of all faiths. We allow each person to determine how much their personal faith and beliefs enter into the therapy process. For clients specifically seeking faith-based counseling, we offer an integrated approach that incorporates the client's convictions and practices of their faith, current psychological research, and professional ethical standards into the counseling experience.