Individual counseling is a process of self- understanding and personal growth, leading to a more fulfilling life and healthier relationships with others. The counseling relationship between you and your counselor is a sacred space where you will be encouraged to explore your past and look openly at your present.
Healthy relationships are vital to our well-being. Spouse, partner, family, friend and co-worker relationships can benefit from mutual pastoral counseling. Old wounds, conflicts, family secrets, communication and reconciliation are areas where relationships can grow and change.
Clergy, lay leaders and congregations can benefit from counseling to resolve conflicts, establish boundaries and address issues of harassment or abuse. Clergy and leadership misconduct can be traumatic, but an intentional, well-planned counseling process can help heal the wounds.