What is Christian counseling?
Christian counseling, or biblical counseling, is the combination of psychology and faith. The goal is the same for non-faith-based counseling: to help you improve your mental health and relationships. Christian counseling may incorporate scripture, prayer, and biblical truths – depending on your challenges and goals.
What type of Christian therapist are you?
I use the Immanuel Approach – a method that helps you bring your faith into counseling sessions and leverage it in a way that helps lessen your struggles. The Immanuel Approach is faith-based psychotherapy developed by Dr. Karl Lehman. It’s an effective counseling approach to resolve trauma using practical tools that help create a deeper connection with God.
What if I don’t want faith-based counseling?
I offer Christian counseling services to create a safer space for my faith-based clients. It creates an atmosphere where they feel like they’re allowed to be completely themselves, without hiding a part of who they are.
If you have a different worldview or just don’t want to bring your faith into your therapy sessions, I will honor and respect your choice. Faith-based counseling is client-led, which means you can bring your faith into our conversations or ask for prayer if you desire and initiate it.
I offer both in-person and online Christian counseling services in Colorado and online-only services in Minnesota. Contact me any time to start therapy.