Kristian Lynch, LCSW, MSW, JD
697 Valley Street, Maplewood, New Jersey 07040
Many Christians have doubts about the legitimacy of their Christian salvation because they still struggle with many (if not all) of the same hurts and destructive behaviors that they suffered from before they were “saved.” They struggle with their belief in the power of Jesus Christ because the pain of addiction (e.g., alcoholism, drug addiction, sex addiction, pornography addiction), depression, anxiety, low self-esteem and past trauma is still very present in their everyday lives. I believe that through the power of God's grace and deliverance there is hope and there are tools to enable one to live fulfilled and healthier lives.
Kevin Fleming Ph.D.
New York City, New York 10013
While most Christian Counselors pride themselves on how many Scriptural passages they can recite and how many links they can make from the Bible to psychological disorders, the Christian-centric work of Grey Matters International, Inc.is grounded in one principle: truth. For us, the work is more about truth and transparency of Christ's message and working on the natural laws of accountability and decision making that evolves from that. If one honors God's natural laws of reaping and sowing around the decisions one makes, one is indeed living Scripture to its fullest. We prepare the brain to better maximize the spiritual realities of Christ's words. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Philip Kolba, MA
New York, New York 10013
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.