Thank you for reaching out and pursing counseling with us. The first step is to read about our counselors and choose someone to contact directly. We all make our own appointments. You can find our contact information listed on our bios.
Once you’d made an appointment, we ask our clients to download, print, and fill out the intake forms before the initial session. Bring the intake forms with you to your first appointment.
This helps both you and your clinician maximize your time together.
As you and your clinician work through the counseling process, it may become important to contact one or more outside parties, such as family members, spouses, general medical doctors, psychologists, psychiatrists, and pastors. If this becomes necessary, you will have the opportunity to talk with your counselor about the Release of Information form and fill one out in session.
We also understand that household incomes vary from person to person. Please ask your clinician if you believe you need financial support for counseling.
Download our client intake form here: Journey Intake Form.
“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.”
This week, let’s focus on developing a deep, rich appreciation for life and what we’ve been given. Here are some simple, but practical, ways to facilitate this in your family.
We want to share from Tim Challies, which considers risk factors and presents necessary questions for parents to take in to account as the process the decision: “Should I allow my children to attend sleepovers?”