Marina Ervin, MS, LPC, NCC, BCPCC
Licensed Professional Counselor/National Certified Counselor
502-N East Cornwallis Drive Ste. B, Greensboro, North Carolina 27405
My background and training includes Biblical training through Grace Ministries as well as being Board Certified as a Professional Christian Counselor. Because of my own personal losses and past hurtful experiences, I experienced shame and guilt and doubted my own worth and value. God led me through my own experience of brokenness and surrender in order to find healing and freedom in who I am in Jesus Christ. As a result, my passion is to help others find their identity in Him and the freedom that comes from living out of God's grace.
Jill White-Huffman, LPC, MFT
Licensened Professional Counselor, Marriage & Family Therapist
1921 D Boulevard Street / Holden Executive Center, Greensboro, North Carolina 27407
Premarital Counseling should be the first step when preparing for your marriage. You have a great chance of success when you plan just like you are currently planning for your big day. As a Christian Couples & Marriage Therapist, 99% of the couples I work with seek counseling 6 month-2 years after getting married. Visit my counseling website for more information about my services: www.counseloringreensboro.com To Learn More Watch: http://www.digtriad.com/news/gms/article/312484/67/Secrets-To-A-Successful-Marriage-In-2014
Alan Willard, Ph.D., D.Min.
Llicensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Pastoral Counselor
1100 HIGHLAND CIRCLE, BLACKSBURG, Virginia 24060
Your faith perspective will be respected and valued in your counseling sessions with me. Most of the problems that people encounter have a spiritual component. I will help you to draw on the resources of your faith/religion if that is something you find to be an integral part of your life. Meditation, prayer, scripture, and other aspects of faith development can be helpful in getting through the struggles you face.
Jonathan Gerard, DMin
208 Sunset Dr, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27516
Religion and psychology have much in common, but this is where they part: Religion seeks to convince you how to live. Psychology seeks to help you live more autonomously. I do not see how this gap can be bridged, although in my couples therapy I use an almost religious model in that the more one understands and honors one's partners needs, it frees the partner from anxiety and he or she can therefore more easily meet the other's needs.