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Dawn of a New Day Pastoral Counseling, LLC
Are you having trouble with your family, children, substance abuse, co-occurring disorders, workplace stress, depression or anxiety? Perhaps you are preparing for marriage, repairing an important relationship, or considering career options. Dawn of a New Day Pastoral Counseling, LLC can help you to look deeply into your family experiences, spiritual and religious beliefs and find resolution and peace.
We are licensed Cognitive Behavior Therapists and Pastoral Counselors, and would love to help you on your journey toward healing and self-discovery. Our clients can choose to integrate an understanding of God's Word along with developed and proven clinical counseling methods and techniques. Together, we will work with you to overcome your difficulties.
Dawn of a New Day Pastoral Counseling's mission is to provide holistic care to God’s people who are experiencing stress, pain, loneliness, anger, grief, hurt and confusion. Our Pastoral and Christian counselors apply this holistic care by integrating psychological and theological resources. These combined resources deepen one's understanding of the pastoral therapeutic relationship as it instills an understanding of a full life and restoring faith in God’s people.
The aim is transformation by letting go of yesterday and taking action to renew your ways of thinking to achieve a wonderful change in your life tomorrow!
Let every day be the first day of the rest of your life, but especially let today be a new beginning. ~ Jonathan Lockwood Huie~
All About Therapy
According to the American Psychological Association, “Psychologists help people of all ages live happier, healthier and more productive lives.” Through the use of various psychotherapy methods and collaborative treatment measures, our clients develop life-changing habits to help them cope with any of life’s various obstacles.
The Difference Between Counseling and Psychotherapy
Counseling and psychotherapy are often used interchangeably but really mean different things. Counseling is guidance that helps you to rethink your problems in a different light. Counseling addresses beliefs that keep us stuck. Psychotherapy literally heals your soul.
Services We Offer
Whether you’re an individual, a couple or a family looking for help - my therapy sessions are designed to strengthen your confidence, and assist you in the healing process. Take a look at the services we offer, and get in touch with me today.
As therapists, we do not limit ourselves to one specific approach to therapy. Instead, we blend different approaches and types to best deal with your need. In doing so, our therapists have access to use many powerful tools for your therapeutic care. We approach your therapeutic care from a solution-focused realistic perspective.
Some of the well-known psychotherapy approaches include:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) uses a combination of both cognitive and behavioral therapy. CBT explores both thinking patterns and harmful or self-destructive behaviors that might accompany them. The therapy then combines changing the thinking patterns along with changing the behavior.
The theory behind psychodynamic psychotherapy is that our past – adverse childhood experiences or other unconscious conflicts – is the basis for problems that persist into adulthood, such as unusually low self-esteem, anxiety, or a feeling of being incomplete. This type of therapy is more long term.
Interpersonal Psychotherapy. Interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) is a short-term, structured approach based on the view that our current problems are maladaptive behaviors rooted in our previous interpersonal relationships.
Family therapy involves treating more than one member of the family at the same time to help the family resolve conflicts and improve interaction. It is often based on the premise that families are a system. If one role in the family changes, all are affected and need to change their behaviors as well.
Group therapy is facilitated by a professional therapist and involves a group of peers working on the same problem, such as anxiety, depression or substance abuse, for example. Group therapy can be a valuable place to practice social dynamics in a safe environment and get inspiration and ideas from peers who are struggling with the same issues.
Relationship therapy involves working with two people in a committed relationship. People go to relationship therapy to learn how to work through their differences, communicate better and problem-solve challenges in the relationship.
Impulse Control Disorders, Personality Disorders, Mood Disorders, and Thinking Disorders.
Specialties: Depression, Relationship Issues, and Dual Diagnosis.
Issues: ADHD, Addiction, Anger Management, Asperger's Syndrome, Alcohol Abuse, Anxiety, Behavioral Issues, Bipolar Disorder, Child or Adolescent, Chronic Relapse, Chronic Impulsivity, Coping Skills, Developmental Disorders, Domestic Abuse, Domestic Violence, Drug Abuse, Emotional Disturbance, Entitlement, Family Conflict, Grief, Internet Addiction, Life Coaching, Oppositional Defiance, Parenting, Peer Relationships, Self-Harming, Sexual Addiction, Self Esteem, Sexual Abuse, Spirituality, Suicidal Ideation, Substance Abuse, Testing and Evaluation, Trauma and PTSD.
Adolescent Girls (7-18 years old)
Adolescent Boys (13-18 years old)
Adult Individuals (18+ years old)
Adult Couples (18+ years old)
Families (18+ years old)