Category Archives: Faith Based Therapy

Understanding Internal Family Systems Therapy

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Understanding Internal Family Systems Therapy Looking at the Christian Perspective Welcome back! Last month we looked at Internal Family System therapy (IFS) as a tool for emotional healing and growth. This month we are going to look at how the core concepts of IFS correlates with Christian theology.  Therapist Marry Ann Griffth, LPC from Heritage […]

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The Gifts In You- Christian Counseling

The Gifts In You As we quickly approach the holiday season I would like to take a moment to pause and remind you of all the gifts you carry inside. Christian counseling offers a time for us to seek truth from God about who we are internally. Sometimes in our processing  we get swept away […]

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Honored to Sit with You

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Honored to Sit with You A Letter From Asheville Therapist Dear________ , (names of all humans entering counseling), Thank you….. thank you for coming today to sit with me while seeking guidance, support, healing, and counseling for yourself. That drive wasn’t so easy was it? The anxiety leading up to the appointment, the worry of not […]

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Counseling in the New Year

2015  An Invitation To Counseling Welcome 2015 and all of you who read this post today!   Oh the phrase, “Happy New Years!!” Yet for so many, the year doesn’t feel happy or hopeful. For others, the idea of starting fresh is inspiring and exciting. For the one who does not feel positive about the new […]

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The Inner Critic

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The Inner Critic Healing for Girls and Women Oh the voice that berates us everyday, you know that voice. The one that says something like this…. “You are not doing that right.” “You were not nice enough to her, you should go back and tell her sorry.” “If you would just try harder it would get […]

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Christian Counseling

Christian Counseling What Does That Mean to Me? I have always known in my heart that one day I would sit with fellow believers and ask God to lead me to be the counselor He wanted me to be. Since graduate school I have been practicing what we call “Evidence Based Treatment Modalities”. These types […]

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