Strengthen Your Most Important Bond with Our Christian Marriage Therapist
Good counseling requires that clients receive proper insight and tools in resolving personal, social, or psychological problems. It is our belief that God lends a healing hand to the process, as well. But counseling alone isn’t enough. Each client must do their part to demonstrate new behaviors and practices to improve. As an individual, family and Christian marriage therapist, I’ve seen all kind of people burst forth with new life to grow and deepen their relationships with others. Truth or Counseling is here to make your path smoother on the positive road to redemption.
We offer a large variety of services for the difficulties we face in life.
- Marital/Couples Therapy
- Premarital Counseling
- Christian Counseling
- Anger Management
- Children and Adolescents
- Family Therapy
- Parenting Issues
- Career Planning
- Work Issues
- Pastoral Counseling
Get Help from an Individual and Christian Marriage Therapist
Following are the stories of just a few of the people I’ve had the privilege to help. Names have been changed to maintain confidentiality.
Jamie and Rachel – Rachel felt cold and emotionally abandoned. Jamie had plenty of time for his interests but couldn’t spare 5 minutes to talk to her. Jamie, in turn, felt rejected in every way a man could be rejected. Every effort to fix things was met with scorn and contempt. It took a lot of humility and willingness to change on both their parts, but mutual dislike faded away and their relationship grew back into a marriage that looked a lot more like what they had before. Only now they had better tools through a Christian marriage therapist which they could use to help bond and to handle conflicts.
Bob – Bob was anxiety-ridden. Although outwardly he seemed to be popular, lovable and successful, Bob was tormented with continual emotional pain. After God rescued him from his decision to kill himself at his business, Bob was hospitalized and released. Though he was now “stable,” Bob was still crippled by his anxiety and depression. His life felt hopeless, and he was wracked by old emotional wounds. Depression made it hard for him to focus or even stay at work all day. It was a long process, but Bob eventually stopped hiding in parking lots to avoid work and regained his perspective on life. He learned to neutralize his anxiety and he came out of the experience with a much closer relationship with God.