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This spring, Ally Padilla presented a virtual Parent University for Blue Ridge Christian School to help parents and educators alike navigate the current adolescent mental health crisis.

 

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Learn more about Journey Counseling, who we are, and how we can help you.

Pre-Engagement and Pre-Marital Assessment

John Kuebler, LPC, LMFT and Sarah DeBoer, LPC, and Mark Sensabaugh, LPC, LMFT are our trained facilitators of both the SYMBIS Assessment; Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts and the PREPARE-ENRICH Assessment.  Contact one of them for more information.

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We all grow up in a broken world. Some of us carry wounds from experiences easily recognized for how hurtful they are. Others of us carry wounds in ways more subtle and yet equally damaging to our personhood. Let’s begin our journey together through the soul’s pain, not to forget… but to heal.

Our team at Journey Counseling desires to come alongside hurting people of all backgrounds and faiths. We seek to build trust and only then be invited into the wounded places of our clients’ hearts. Ultimately, we hope to give you the skills to live more fully, to move toward greater health and understanding. Contact us to discuss the counseling process and get started.   We hope to hear from you.

Hours are by appointment only.

Esther and the #MeToo Movement

Esther and the #MeToo Movement

The Book of Esther offers a message of hope for women who have experienced sexual violence; it provides a glimpse into the healing and redemptive power that God’s inherent Word can provide to a hurting soul.

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Darkness and Light at Christmas

Darkness and Light at Christmas

“Though Jesus came two thousand years ago, the darkness has not, and will not, overcome his saving work. My prayer this Christmas is that you will welcome Jesus and know the blessing of his love, his light in whatever darkness you are facing, and his life that overcomes death.” 

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