Are you struggling with your faith? Are you a teenager who wants nothing to do with your parent’s faith? Have you been sexually or physically abused by a Pastor or Leader in the church? Are you in a position of leadership and know you need counseling for your marriage and family but feel like you can’t tell anyone?
Has a church member come to you for counsel and you don’t know what to tell them? Do you feel like you are not good enough for God to love you? Have you stopped going to church because the people have been unkind to you?
Are you having sexual problems, but you and your spouse are too ashamed to seek help? Do you feel guilty if you don’t do exactly what the pastor tells you to do? Do you feel like you have been taken advantage of by your church? Are you Angry at God?
Our walk in faith can be a source of strength and hope. Our spiritual faith and beliefs are the foundation for our values, decisions, and relationships. But sometimes our faith is shattered by abuse, tragedy, or disappointment in ourselves or other people we love.
When we face spiritual struggles, oftentimes we do not go outside our church for help even when we know we need counseling because we are afraid that our faith won’t be understood.
Dr. Crystal Hollenbeck is a Christian and she understands the important part that faith plays in a person’s life. She respects your beliefs and will work with you to address any mental and emotional or stressful issues and feelings you are experiencing.
Sometimes people of faith have difficulty addressing sensitive issues like abuse, sexual issues, anger, depression, anxiety, and family secrets because they believe all problems are spiritual issues. Spirituality is part of who we are – we also are physical, mental, and emotional beings and each part of our being deserves to be nurtured.
Dr. Hollenbeck provides a non-judgmental, confidential, and caring setting for you to address your issues and grow to a place of balance and strong emotional and mental health.
There is Hope for Healing that produces Harmony through counseling.