Solution-Focused Counseling offers help and support during your times of struggle or on an ongoing basis. Most people need help with life at one point or another; it's an inevitable consequence of living. Accepting that fact can lead a person to bigger and better things in a much shorter span of time than if they try to go it alone.
Pastor Glenn Henson
Healing Old Wounds - Nobody deserves to be holding on to hurt, no matter how far back in the past it lurks. Childhood trauma can haunt a person for life if it's never truly examined and talked about. Experiences with death or divorce keep us hurting for as long as we keep them hidden. A counselor works with you to resolve and heal emotional scars, likely preventing situations such as post-traumatic stress disorder from ever taking hold.
Starting New Ventures - Moving forward in life with any degree of success requires confidence. A string of failures in relationships or a career is reason enough for most people to think twice about jumping in again with both feet. Counseling helps to resolve issues by reflecting on their causes, and discussing how improvements can be made in the future, thus opening the door to new ventures in life. It enhances a person's natural coping mechanisms, facilitating greater success.
Dealing with Phobias, and Depression - It is all too easy to get a prescription for strong, potentially addictive medication these days. Nearly two million people are doing just that in North America alone. While drugs may conceal problems and help people make adjustments, they rarely solve underlying problems. Individual or family counseling provides real results and disasters which can arise from these conditions if they are left unresolved.
Solution-Focused Counseling is dedicated to your emotional and spiritual well-being and growth through biblical Christ-centered counseling.
Available by Appointment Only
Telephone, Online or In-Office
To request a private consultation, please complete the form below. Include a short message describing the area in which you are seeking help. For example, you can say anxiety, stress, depression, self-esteem, relationship, grief or other. This will give us a good starting point.
Oral Roberts University
1984 - Tulsa, OK - Bachelor of Arts
Assemblies of God Theological Seminary
1987 - Springfield, MO - Master of Arts
General Council of Assemblies of God
1992 - Louisville, KY, Certificate of Ordination
American Association of Christian Counselors
Accredited Clinical Pastoral Care
Clinical Professional Edu - CPE - Pensacola, FL
Certified Hospice / Hospital Chaplain
Outstanding Young Men of America
1992 (Library of Congress Catalog Card No. 645-3612, pg. 309)