We are called to walk alongside one another in times of need. Counseling is one way to do that. We seek God to guide us in supporting others who journey toward well-being. As pastoral counselors, we choose to remain open to all available healing resources, especially those connected to personal spirituality.
We are a mental wellness practice that offers counseling, consultation and training services that integrate theology and psychology into sound approaches for empowerment, well being, and growth. Our network of professionals are licensed and duly trained clinicians with graduate degrees in both theology and psychology.
Pastoral counseling is a therapeutic intervention led by an ordained clergy person skilled at integrating modern psychology with spiritual awareness. Pastoral counseling assists counselees with complex issues such as grief, depression, conflict resolution, family issues, communication skills, trauma and abuse recovery, anxiety, personal growth and development.
“Pastoral Counselors are ministers or persons endorsed by a religious faith group who are also mental health professionals.”
Yes, we offer a safe space to focus on you. Counseling is a safe space to look at life’s challenges from all angles and find a healthy path forward. Maybe you are facing relationship challenges. Clergy couples counseling can help you build on the skills you already have and provide some new skills to help you navigate relationship challenges.
We have partnered with several churches to offer an on-site counseling office that meet the needs of the congregations and support the local community. Churches appreciate having theologically and psychologically trained licensed ministers at the church as an outreach ministry. Contact us to discuss how we can develop a counseling center for your congregation/community.
Center features typically include:
An on-site counseling center relieves some pastoral care and counseling responsibilities from church staff, especially those requiring more in-depth assessment, intervention, treatment or long-term care.
We offer a variety of brief and extended workshops. We work with leaders to customize our trainings to meet the needs of each group. Topics can range from self-care/clergy-care, healthy communications, interpersonal wellness, team building to mandated reporting criteria and ministry/life balance.
We have dual-degreed professional counselors (Divinity and Professional Counseling) who can develop workshops, webinars and retreats to meet your needs. We provide highly interactive programs that will engage your group and facilitate team cohesiveness.
Our trainers relieve some leadership training responsibilities for church staff, especially those topics related to staff development, mental health/wellness and congregational care.
Leaders need help too. We help clergy and religious leaders with strategies to navigate work/life/family/ministry balance, self-care, burn-out and spiritual wellness. We understand the demands and pressures you face in your position. We also know that stigma associated with mental health can sometimes delay your decision to seek our counseling services. We understand the unique challenges that clergy face. Our counseling services integrate your spirituality into clinically responsible therapy. We help clients navigate individual, couple and family pressures such as anxiety, depression, trauma, interpersonal conflict and grief.
We value your privacy. If anonymity is a concern, we offer additional amenities to help protect your confidentiality. Our counselors maintain strict confidentiality with our clients. In addition, we have a few extra features available for high-profile clients. See Zenith Services.
Multiple counseling options. We offer counseling services in our office, online or on-site/mobile services (some restrictions apply).
We found that churches and organizations benefit from having access to a therapist whenever an unexpected situation occurs. Having an on-call counselor can help address those situations. On-call counselors can consult with your staff regarding mental health distress (i.e., depression, bizarre behavior), referrals for psychiatric intervention or treatment, questions related to mandated reporting (abuse or neglect), or referral for members to individual, couple/marriage, grief/loss, or family counseling.
Your staff can choose our monthly plan to secure access to our counselors for a contracted number of consults per month. You can also choose a set fee per-call plan to access our counselors for consultation. Some call length restrictions exist. Calls are telephone access only (no video or in-person). Service limited to the state of Georgia
Our pastoral and professional counselors are licensed and dually trained clinicians with graduate degrees in both theology and mental health. Beyond that, our trainers hold leadership positions in churches and have a wealth of experience to assist you and your congregation.
We offer workshops, webinars and retreats. Training topics include:
Clergy Self-Care / Wellness
Mental Health Crisis / Mandated Reporting
Youth Ministry Best Practices
For more information or questions regarding our counseling, training, consultation or clinical supervision services fill out the form.
"Dr. Ca Trice is excellent! I found my sessions with her to be therapeutic and relaxing...almost as good as the spa!"
"Dr. Glenn is very understanding and knowledgeable of various subjects that deal with contemporary language. She is warm engaging and powerful. She has an ear too listen and a heart of compassion for ministers."
"Dr. Glenn is an amazing counselor with valuable insight!"