Stephen Price, D.Min.
Licensed Pastoral Psychotherapist
133 Grove Street, Peterborough, New Hampshire 03458
As Christian Counselors we draw upon the spiritual truths and wisdom from the Bible and the teaching of Jesus. St. Paul wrote, “…then I shall know, even as I am known.” I take this to mean that sometimes God reveals Himself to us as we open ourselves in the counseling process. We hear ourselves talking and we grow in self-understanding as we try to make ourselves known to the counselor and draw upon God’s presence. Jesus was able to cast out demons by calling them by name. In therapy we get a handle on what we are going through, and we get support. Jesus said “your faith has made you whole.” Faith in God and hope are central to Christian Counseling. Christian Counseling helps us let go of tr
Philip Kolba, MA
Troy, New York 12180
Faith and spirituality can provide comfort and meaning to those guided by their beliefs. I was raised in a Christian household myself so I have an appreciation for the values instilled by religion, the importance of tradition, and the strength of community. My approach to counseling is humanistic and welcoming of all spiritualities. Though I do not incorporate any specific pastoral counsel, I encourage my spiritual clients to draw on their beliefs during the counseling process.
Siri Sokol, D.S.M. Ordained Minister
8 BONHEIM ST, ALBANY, New York 12204
Good Christians don't blame anyone! .Christians have the courage of their convictions without casting g aspersions. Jesus Christ wasn't penalized by Christians; he was reprimanded by Jewish heathens. Thus, Jesus stands as a pinnacle or prime example of wrongful aspersion. Let's look at whom casts blame in its Christian perspective. The false accuser becomes slain! His profits dwindle, like Job, he has 7 bad years, and his flax doesn't turn to gold. One bad turn doesnt deserve another because Christians do not retaliate.