Kathleen Oravec, LMFT #51941
Licensed Marriage Family Therapist
2118 P Street, Sacramento, CA 95816
As a Christian counselor, I strive to show unconditional love and acceptance to my clients while forming an alliance based on the values and beliefs of the client. I support all spiritual beliefs within the realm of Christianity. If you life has a strong religious foundation, I respect that and will adhere to your beliefs as part of therapy.
Catherine Zanzi, MA, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, MFC # 53648
2000 L Street, Suite 150, Sacramento, CA 95811
Though I am a Christian, I have a deep respect for the spiritual beliefs and practices of all of my clients, no matter what their religious affiliation. I believe in the healing aspects of a spiritual life, and I try to incorporate my clients' spiritual inclinations into the therapy process whenever possible. I do not judge, nor do I preach. I believe we are each here for a unique and divine purpose, and I enjoy exploring this with my clients.
Ameshia Arthur, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
1104 Corporate way, Sacramento, CA 95831
Is spirituality the guiding force in your life? Are you looking for assistance but want a therapist who will understand and respect your religious beliefs? Are you currently disillusioned with your faith and need a safe place to consider and reconcile your beliefs? I provide a knowledgeable and respectful environment for consideration, prayer, and reconciling the practical matters of life with spiritual beliefs. Lets seek clarity together.
Michael Thaden, MS, LMFT, ATR-BC, CHT
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
3808 Auburn Blvd., Suite 57, Sacramento, CA 95821
While I feel fortunate to have powerful therapeutic tools supported by modern neuroscience , I believe that therapy is an essentially spiritual process. The 12-step tradition is a wonderful manifestation of this. At the core of any genuine recovery process is a shift from isolation and defensive arrogance to a willingness to receive healing. Taking this step can come in many forms, one of which includes seeking out a therapist and becoming committed to a recovery process. I welcome the integration of prayer and scripture as this fits for each client, whether it becomes the focus of particular therapy sessions, or remains in the background as a support for which ever modality we work in.