About our practice
Abundant Mercy Christian Counseling’s approach to counseling is rooted in 2 Timothy 2:24, which calls the Lord’s servants to instruct others with patience, kindness, and compassion, in the hope that God will grant repentance leading to the knowledge of the truth, a return to senses and an escape from the enemy.
Who we serve
Counseling is about change. Yet change can be elusive, daunting and difficult to maintain. Often we as believers find our old nature at odds with our new nature in Christ (Galatians 5:17). In counseling, the specific hindrances to change are brought to light for examination. This allows for individuals to make an informed choice on what and how to effect change.
New clients are required to request a consultation before scheduling the first appointment. Consultations are approximately 15 minutes long and are conducted by phone. To request a consultation, please complete the form below.
Our office remains open for those who wish to continue in-person sessions. The policy of our office building is that unvaccinated clients are asked to
wear masks. If you are COVID-19 positive or have been exposed to the virus, please contact us to reschedule or schedule a Telehealth meeting.