Christianity

Cross on Beach

Professional Christian counselors like myself are licensed and regulated by the State in which we practice.  A counselor can be Christian without identifying themselves as one, however some counselors prefer to be open about our religious affiliation.  The reason for identifying myself this way is because my worldview is largely defined by my religious beliefs.

Your worldview is your perspective on how you view the world.  Everyone has a worldview regardless of your religious affiliation.  It is defined by your family, experiences, and beliefs.  Mine just happens to be based on traditional Christian values.

This does not mean that I only counsel Christians, far from it.  It just means that you will not have to guess about what I believe or where my ideas originate from.  What you choose to believe is a decision you must make for yourself.  There is no judgement in my counseling room as I am not your judge in any way, shape, or form.  Rather, my objective is to come alongside of you, see how you got to where you are, and help you to get to a place of healing.

The articles posted in this section are decidedly Christian in nature and designed specifically for anyone who is interested in deepening their relationship with Jesus Christ.  If there is a topic that you would like to hear more about, please leave a comment below and I’ll be happy to respond.

3 thoughts on “Christianity

  1. Christine,

    I just read your article about how the Ex-Narcissist spouse retaliates through children.

    It felt as though I was reading about my life!! Finally, some validation. Thank you.

    FYI, one child (now 46) has stayed close to me, even thought it was a struggle because of his father. The other (now 48) hasn’t communicated with me since 1999, bearing out her father’s threat… “You might have them now but I’ll teach them to hate you.” I feel blessed to have my son but heartbroken about my daughter.

    Thank you, again.

  2. Greetings! Very helpful advice in this particular post! It’s the little changes which will make the most important changes. Thanks a lot for sharing!

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