"A simple act of courage is often the tipping point for extraordinary change."
It is not uncommon for me to hear from someone that has come to see me explain that they have
seen a professionally trained therapist, but there was a component that they felt was missing to really
help them to advance: it was the faith element. As such, I am open in sharing that I am a counselor
that is Christian that professes Jesus as Messiah, but I am also a Christian counselor who is trained
specifically to counsel in a way that is open to your faith narrative. As no individual is the same, your
experience will be unique to your own story, and you may be satisfied with just knowing your
counselor is Christian, or you may want to talk more specifically about your faith in your time with
me. Either way, you can feel confident that I am keeping abreast of modern psychotherapies
through a Biblical worldview. To utilize the tenets of psychology while privileging theological
reflection is to say that all truth belongs to God, and the truth will set us free.
I hope you reach out today and I look forward to meeting you soon.
Elijah Lee MA LPC
My approach draws insight from both Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT, or attachment theory) and Psychodynamic theories which emphasize relationship. I believe that spirituality is a core component of identity development and welcome faith in the room.
Elijah Lee, MA, LPC
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