Larry Lease, JD, MA, LMFT
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
1652 West Texas, Fairfield, CA
My counseling is based on the spiritual and moral values that underlie all major faiths. While sessions are not Bible-based, devout, deeply spiritual clients of all faiths attest that our counseling is fully compatible with and supportive of their values and beliefs. These values include integrity, the Golden Rule, the sanctity of human life, prayerfulness, an open, loving heart, and charity toward all beings. Please visit KinseyLeaseCounseling.com for more.
Daryl Temkin, Ph.D.
Ph.D., Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Many people going through challenging times and even misguided times are aided by biblical scriptural verse or religious philosophy. There are many times in life where scriptures and religious thought can help to restructure and influence one’s life choices. Biblical concepts speak to the soul of a person who has been raised or nurtured within a religious community and within a religious poetic narrative. My personal background is steeped within the first 24 books making up the Bible, the Tanach, the Five Books of Moses, the Prophets and the Writings, that which is the core of the Judeo-Christian religious foundations. Religious concepts that can be effective spiritual tools to help, enlighten and guide a client’s chosen path to recovery or to healthy...(view profile to read more)
Timothy Locke, Ph.D., Pastoral Counselor
Napa Interfaith Counseling
1834 1st St., Ste. 2, Napa, CA
Prior to my professional training as a therapist I have always appreciated the connection of spiritual values and practice with our health and well-being. I am a Presbyterian pastor, a graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary, and I have provided counseling to people from a variety of religious backgrounds for over 30 years. I understand the power of scripture to provide fresh insight into chronic problems, and the power of prayer to move us toward healing. I respect the spiritual life of my clients and I am skilled at using this resource in the counseling relationship.