Deborah Cole, Psy.D.
5525 Twin Knolls Rd. #331, Columbia, Maryland 21045
As a Christian, I consider it a calling to be seeing you. I see each person as created in the image of God. To me, that means that they were created to be creative, just as the Creator is. They were meant to be able to think and to make decisions. As a Christian counselor, I wish "shalom" for you, i.e., peace. That is peace within and also peace in relationships. If you are not a Christian, I see you as worthy of dignity and justice.
Norma Stevens, MS, LCPC, NCC
Lic. Clinical Professional Counselor and Pastoral Counselor
IHS Psychotherapy and Counseling LLC 6011 University Blvd., Suite 100, Ellicott City, Maryland 21043
As a pastoral counselor, I have been trained to address spiritual issues in counseling. Working with me, you will have the benefit of a licensed clinical professional that supports your spiritual growth and will accompany you on a journey to a deepening relationship with God. Being a pastoral counselor is not just a job, but a vocation, a passion and a privilege.
Kevin Fleming Ph.D.
Baltimore, New York 20777
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 email@example.com.
Jennifer Beall, MS, NCC, LCPC, LCADC
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
645 Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd., Suite 107, Severna Park, Maryland 21146
Are you looking for counseling, but want a therapist who shares your Christian faith? My Christian faith has always been an essential part of my life, which is why, when I decided to become a psychotherapist, I chose to get my degree in pastoral counseling at what is now Loyola University Maryland. I consider my relationship with God to be an essential part of my ability to help my counseling clients. I also find shared aspects of Christian faith to be very useful when working with Christian clients; drawing upon our common beliefs can be a rich source of healing. Please contact me today so we can discuss the ways in which I can help you to reach your goals.