Christian Counseling

We believe that integrating the love of Christ with evidence-based therapeutic practices is the key to full healing.

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Why Christian Counseling?

Life can be hard. Really hard. And Christians don’t always do a great job caring for one another in the tough times. We don’t always know what to say if a loved one is struggling with a mental health diagnosis. And how do we face things like abuse, trauma, and anxiety with hope for healing?

This is where we come in–therapy itself is a powerful tool to bring hope, restoration and real change. We believe that integrating the love of Christ with evidence-based therapeutic practices is the key to full healing. Because at the end of the day, what your counselor believes (whether or not this is made overt) impacts the way they counsel.

We want to provide you a space to be a whole person, without having to separate your spirituality from your mental wellbeing.

Christian Counseling can provide a safe space to come fully as you are. Especially if you are wrestling with Church hurt, spiritual questions, religious abuse, or are struggling to reconcile a loving God with the pain of your experiences, we understand. Our counselors want to create a place for you to fully examine all aspects of your story, including your faith, in a way that helps you feel valued, comforted, and empowered, without judgment.


Find freedom

There are many different motivators behind why people seek counseling, and for good reason!  Life is full of peaks and valleys; highs and lows. Regardless of which counseling services you’re interested in, we’ve got someone on our team who can help you get from where you are to where you want to be.


We believe that you can achieve the freedom and hope that you deserve. We have counselors who specialize in a number of issues including trauma therapy.



Whether you’re about to walk down the aisle or it’s been 40 years since you said, “I do,” we want to help you have a healthy marriage.



No two families are alike and each season can bring unique challenges. Our counselors work with clients of all ages to help keep your family strong.



Individual counseling services

Do you feel frustrated? Stuck? Like things may never change? Our counselors specialize in a wide variety of areas to help you get from where you’re at to where you want to be.

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  • Adjustment Issues
  • Anger Management
  • Animal Assisted Therapy
  • Anxiety
  • Church Hurt
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • Divorce or Separation
  • Depression
  • Expressive arts therapy
  • Family Of Origin Issues
  • Grief or loss
  • Identity Issues

  • Internal Family Systems (IFS)

  • Major Life Transitions

  • Men’s Issues

  • PTSD
  • Self Esteem

  • Sexual Issues

  • Sexual Abuse

  • Stress Management

  • Trauma 

  • Women’s Issues


Trauma therapy

Going through trauma is not rare—about 60% of adults experience one trauma in their lives. Often, counseling is fundamental in the process of healing for many people.

To read about how we approach trauma therapy, click below.


Couples counseling services

Feeling disconnected from each other? Do you wish your communication was stronger? Or are you looking to build better habits for the future? Our counselors are here to help you grow as a couple.

  • Adjustment Issues
  • Communication Issues
  • Dating
  • Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT)
  • Grief and loss
  • Marriage
  • Parenting & Family Issues
  • Past Trauma
  • Premarital
  • Remarriage
  • Sex Therapy
  • Sexually Related Issues


Premarital counseling services

Asking good questions and having hard conversations before you get married is one of the best ways to set up your marriage for success. Our counselors are trained to help you build a lasting foundation.

Read more about the two programs that Cornerstone uses for premarital counseling.



Overwhelmed by temper tantrums? Teenage angst? Or navigating tricky family dynamics? As your family changes, new challenges arise. Our counselors are here to help you through them.

  • Adjustment Issues
  • Anxiety
  • Blended Families
  • Children
  • Communication Issues


When working with children, we often use play therapy as a way to connect on their level. Read more about children and therapy at Cornerstone.

  • Depression
  • Divorce and Separation
  • Grief and loss
  • Parenting
  • Teens and Adolescents


We can help you get started

Regardless of where you’re coming from or what you’ve been through, meeting with a counselor either in-person or online, may be the best decision you’ve made in a long time.

If you’re not sure we’ll “get” you or your situation, give us a call for more info. We’re here to help!

“I truly believe because of the work I’ve done in Christian counseling I can love God more deeply”

God’s heart is for unity

Christianity is rife with division. Suffering in today’s world has caused painful splits between believers. We want to provide a space that acknowledges these hurts, and provides a safe space for reconciliation and healing.

Counselors at Cornerstone come from a variety of backgrounds and denominations, but rally around our Statement of Faith.


FAQ About Christian Counseling

What if i'm not sure what I believe?

That’s ok! Whether you’re experiencing doubt, deconstructing what you believe, or have a different belief system altogether, we’re here for you. You also don’t have to be at the “right place” in your faith, be a Christian, live a certain way, or believe in God at all to come to counseling at Cornerstone. All of our therapists are clinically excellent and trained to meet you exactly where you’re at.

We’ll just say it again: we want to make it overt that we welcome you, wherever you are coming from. Christian, non-Christian or non-religious, we will respect and honor you and care for you with non-judgmental compassion and grace.

What does cornerstone christian counseling beliEve?

We’re glad you asked. You can view our Statement of Faith.

Does a christian counselor really matter?

Therapy in general can be incredibly vulnerable. Knowing you’re sitting across from a brother or sister in Christ can help increase feelings of safety. Having shared experiences (and similar frustrations) can further create a bridge of trust between you and the therapist you choose.

If you desire it, your therapist can read scripture, pray with you, and discuss questions about God–whatever you are comfortable with. We guarantee that even after your session is over, your counselor will still be praying for you. As the body of Christ, we want to support you fully, in whatever way is best for you.

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