Theressa McMorris, MS, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
208 N. Meadow St., Ithaca, New York 14850
Christian counseling is an important designation. It is this world-view (Christ-Centered) that defines our choices. It is in this that we are anchored. Considering sharing the most important part of our lives with a counselor, we need to know that we are both anchored in the same place with the same value system. (2Cor.6.14) Healthy psychology is never inconsistent with scripture. After all, psychology is just man discovering and understanding what God created and how it works. Healthy Christian counseling meets each person where they are and follows the movement of God in their lives. It is never invasive but cooperative with the Holy Spirit and oriented towards hope and healing.
Nicole Crump, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
95 Allen's Creek Rd Executive Square Office Building 1 Suite 326 , Rochester, New York 14618
Find yourself questioning life? Wondering why you face certain challenges or struggles? Is your marriage feeling more like roommates then lovers? Therapy can be scary; however it is a place to openly talk about your needs in a supportive, compassionate environment. Modern Therapy Services offers tailored sessions to help you! Contact us begin your journey of understanding yourself, life, and relationships.
Laurie Agnello, LMHC, CASAC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor/ CASAC, MsED, NCC
3380 Monroe Ave., Rochester, New York 14618
I practice from a Christian belief if clients are of a spiritual nature. Through spirituality and prayer many clients let go of their fears and negativity and hand over their problems to a higher power. Through this approach clients are able to let go of their anxiety, depression and addictions by freeing their minds to focus on holistic and Christian beliefs. Hope is a strong tool in helping a client move to a higher level of being.
Paul Darnell, D.Min., L.M.H.C.
Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Pastoral Counselor
315 S. Crouse Ave., Ste. 302, Syracuse, New York 13210
A life-long Christian, I nevertheless believe that every person needs to discover her or his own relationship with God and that may not be what I believe. I have worked with people of many faiths. Many people who come to me have been hurt by others who professed to be Christians, including family members, church members and even clergy. Some have been hurt by therapists calling themselves "Christian Counselors". Let me be clear about what I DO NOT DO. I do not proscribe scriptures or prayers as the answers to problems. I do not generally pray with people during therapy sessions. However, I do invite people to discuss their faith experiences if those are part of their troubles.