You can schedule online Christian counseling for yourself or as a couple within your availability. We specialize in helping clients to get relief from unresolved trauma, religious abuse, anxiety, depression, broken relationships and a list of other obstacles that can be disruptive to everyday life. We are also offering online Christian counseling for couples!
At Brent Joseph Counseling, you will be working with Brent himself, a PhD student in Biblical Studies at Regent University and a MDiv graduate. Brent is a husband of 14 years and a father of 5 children. Based out of the state of Florida, choosing Brent for your Online Christian Counseling is a non-clinical approach. This biblical counseling office is equipped to help and has years of experience in helping individuals and couples with personal obstacles that are interrupting routine life.
We work with individuals and couples who are facing the hardships of unresolved past trauma, religious abuse, depression and anxiety, relationship conflicts, and more! Feel free to reach out for a free 15-minute consultation with Brent to decide if he would be a good fit for you.
We always tell clients that individual counseling is an excellent opportunity to get the personalized support you always needed to navigate the most challenging aspects of your life. When you sit for a therapy session with one of our experts, they will help you address numerous points of concern like anxiety, depression, substance abuse, anger, career, school, etc. We create an environment or a safe space for everyone, regardless of who you are; we ensure that you’re provided the support needed, from initial introductions to the time when you schedule your next session.
As you guessed, therapy is meant for us to work with you through your mental health concerns. It is often done via counseling sessions, during which we will talk so that you can grow, heal and even move on with your life. Each individual therapy session is client-driven and is based on your goals. Clients will work with therapists to establish their specific goals.
The majority of therapy sessions will last an hour. However, the frequency mainly depends on what you’re comfortable with and your individual needs. The counselor will also base their decision on your progress. At times concerns can be resolved after just a few sessions; other times, it might take longer.