Kindra Westercamp, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
7 Gamecock Ave Suite #710, Charleston, South Carolina 29407
I am a spiritual, religious person. However, I tend not to bring my belief system into the therapy space unless my client is also spiritual, religious and integrates their belief system into the therapeutic process. I respect the beliefs my clients have whether or not they coincide with my own. Incorporating spirituality into the therapeutic environment may be helpful for some clients and not for others. I allow my clients to choose whether to bring their belief system into the therapeutic space.
John Romig Johnson, Ph.D, NCPsyA, IAAP, NYAAP
1020 Tyron Circle, Charleston, South Carolina 29414
I have been a pastoral psychotherapist for over 40 years and my focus is on the needs and concerns of Christians seeking help. I have taught counseling in theological seminaries for 20 years as well. Christian counseling is not preaching or indoctrinating, but rather works from a committed Christian perspective to deal in an open way with the kinds of issues common to most people—depression, relationship problems, self-esteem difficulties and conflicts in sexuality or religious faith.. I use both theological and psychological resources to deepen my understanding of the therapeutic relationship.