Because people have diverse financial abilities and diverse privacy needs there are several ways to access therapy. Options available include free counseling, paying using your insurance benefits (along with paying any applicable co-insurance or co-payment), or fully paying your therapist directly.
Imagine a pair of glasses, and this pair of glasses helps you see the world through the teachings of Jesus Christ. You don’t give anyone your glasses, instead you only see through them which filters your perspective as you think and act. Simply put, Christian counseling is using a Christian lens to help someone through what’s challenging them.
February 15, 2020 Spoiler Alert: The best singers don’t always make it to Broadway and the athletes with the greatest natural ability don’t always make it to the Pro’s. The smartest students don’t always graduate college and the cutest couples don’t always last. Why? What is the key ingredient in the recipe for “success” for those who do succeed? The answer is as complicated as it is simple. Let’s discuss it. We have watched as athletes rise hours before the sun, and torture their bodies mercilessly with endless exercise and practice. Their diets are followed with fanatical precision. We have
Have you ever wondered what’s the point of going to counseling when you have Jesus in your heart? Does seeing a therapist mean you don’t trust God? Or is there any difference between a spiritual issue and a mental health issue? I have asked all of these questions and many more myself. Over time I have discovered what Christianity solves is something very different from what counseling attends to. “Now what pscyhoanalysis undertakes to do is to remove the abnormal feelings, that is, to give the man better raw material for his acts of choice; morality is concerned with the