Posts Tagged ‘faith based counseling’
Pastoral Counseling With Kathleen Mills & Mark Jones of LTC
SUMMARY: In this episode of the Life Tree Counseling podcast, Phillip Crum and Kathleen Mills talk to Mark Jones, who specializes in pastoral counseling and marriage counseling at Life Tree. They also discuss his background and his music. Episode #9 | Life Tree Counselors Kathleen Mills and Mark Jones Discuss Pastoral Counseling Speakers: Kathleen Mills-Proprietor,…Read More
Bridging the Divide: A Closer Look at Family Counseling
One of the hardest parts of trying to lead or support a family is the conflict that inevitably pops up along the journey of life. Because the simple fact that no one in the world is perfect always holds true, it’s impossible to have a marriage or family life that is devoid of issues and…Read More
Christian Counseling | Options For Christian Counseling Seekers
What is Faith Based Counseling? When you hear the terms Christian counseling and faith based counseling, some confusion may occur. What is the difference anyway? It’s truly quite simple to explain. Christian counseling for individuals, marital Christian counseling, or family Christian counseling, is focused on finding support and solutions to the concerns clients bring in,…Read More
Is Christian Counseling Something that I Need?
Counseling for Christian Couples Counseling can help if you and your spouse are encountering some difficulties in communicating. Christian couples counseling can also help if both, you and your partner, desire to improve upon the relationship. The meaning of the word therapy means “change”. This specified type of therapy can be a wonderful and beneficial option, when the way things are currently do not…Read More
Faith Based Counseling
Faith based counseling is implemented when individuals feel the need to incorporate their faith into their recovery through psychotherapy. Statistic data obtained through a survey conducted by the American Association of Pastoral Counselors (AAPC) reveals that 83 percent of Americans believe in a strong connection between their religious views or spiritual beliefs and their mental…Read More
Faith-Based Therapy: Does it Really Make a Difference?
Faith-Based Therapy Patients often ask me about the benefits that faith-based therapy offers over traditional therapy. Ultimately, the answer comes comes down to the individual, and how much faith factors into their daily lives. As therapists, we see many people seek our services because of some external circumstance, i.e., behavior of themselves or someone they…Read More