You’re going through so much. It feels like you cry out to God over and over again, but sometimes it feels like He’s a million miles away from you. You feel anxious, numb, and sad depending on the day.
Maybe you talked to your pastor and the pastor was comforting and encouraging, but you feel like you need something more. Or maybe you go to a church where pastoral counseling is limited. You aren’t sure exactly what you need, but you know you need something.
You want to see a counselor, but want to be sure that person can incorporate your faith. It’s the most important part of who you are, even though right now your faith may feel shaky.
You don’t want someone who is going to give you advice that doesn’t align with your faith. At the same time, you know that just praying harder or memorizing Bible verses isn’t changing the way you feel or your relationships with others right now. You need someone who you can trust to be real about how hard life is in this moment, someone who can listen without judgment, while also helping you come up with real help that aligns with your faith and your desire to live into your purpose and joy in this life. Even more, you want someone who can give you the space to question your faith and work through those issues without judgement.
After all, you know you have “the power that raised Christ from the dead” living in you (Romans 8:11). But some days you have no idea how to live life as if that is the truth. You need a compassionate and capable guide, someone skilled in nonjudgmental Christian counseling in Wake Forest, who can come alongside you and help you walk forward on your journey.
How Can We Help?
Christian counseling in Wake Forest (and online) that incorporates your faith can be an important part of your healing journey. There are a lot of effective ways to address the things you’re struggling with and help you feel better. Exactly what’s best for you depends on your personality and the underlying cause(s). Our job is to get to know you and find what works for you.
Don’t spend even one more day suffering alone. Call 919-891-0521 or email firstname.lastname@example.org today for a free, 15-minute consultation. Appointments may be scheduled for our Wake Forest counseling office or online. Learn more about our therapists here.