Services Provided







 

Marital and Relationship Counseling 
Pre-Marital


Spiritual Concerns
Pastor and Congregation Concerns
Trauma Recovery
Grief and Loss Recovery
Difficulty with Life Transitions
Anxiety
Depression
Anger Management
Challenges of Parenting
Career and Job Stress
Marital and Family Dysfunction
Abusive Relationships



Caring for the entire person, 
emotionally, mentally, relationally, and spiritually.
Offering Services for:
Individuals
Couples
Families
As a center, we offer help for the following concerns:
Marital and Relationship Difficulties     Family Conflict
Parenting Challenges                               Abusive Relationships 
Trauma/Sexual Trauma/PTSD                     Trafficking
Anxiety/Panic Attacks/Phobias             Depression/Mood Disorders
Sexual Addictions Codependency     
Spiritual Concerns                                        Grief and Loss
Coping Skills                                                  Communication
Emotional Regulation                                    Behavioral Concerns         
Self-Worth Issues                                          Blended Families
Self-Harm/Suicidal Thoughts                      Difficulty with Life Transitions
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Attention Deficit Disorder/ ADHD

We work with pastors, church leaders, and missionaries.
We provide counseling for individuals 12 years and older.
Confidentiality
We believe that the conversations between our therapist and those we treat are private and will not discuss any part of those conversations with anyone unless given written permission to do so by the client. There are a few exceptions to the foundational rule.
Limits to Confidentiality
The Licensed Professional Counseling Board of Texas requires that certain situations not be kept confidential. 
These include:

1. If the counselor believes the client is at great risk for harming himself/herself or harming someone else.

2. If the client discloses knowledge of a child, elderly person, or someone who is mentally disabled being abused or neglected.

3. If a judge subpoenas the counselor's records.

4. If the client reports a sexual relationship with a previous counselor.

5. If the counselor believes that the client will be helped by consulting with another mental health professional.