More and more of my clients are looking for faith-based counseling. They want to be able to not only discuss the issues they are having but also openly discuss God and their belief in the power of prayer.
In fact, according to a nationwide survey by the American Association of Pastoral Counselors (AAPC), 83% of Americans believe their spiritual faith and religious beliefs are closely tied to their state of mental and emotional health. Three-quarters have stated it’s important for them to work with a therapist who supports the integration of their values and beliefs into the counseling process.
If you or someone you love is interested in exploring faith-based counseling. I would be happy to discuss how I may be able to help.