WHAT WE DO
Most of the difficulties we face in life and in our relationships are the result of what we think and how we act. Our counseling model is designed to help you understand yourself based on your unique temperament profile. Our goal is to partner with you and walk with you through the season of life you are currently struggling with. We utilize recognized and ethical pastoral counseling techniques that are based on the truth of God’s Word.
We recognize each person and/or couple seeking counseling presents with unique circumstances. Our goal is to meet you where you are, guide you through the challenges, and help you become the person God created you to be. We do this by offering a confidential, objective, and non-judgmental environment as a safe place for progress.
Three simple steps:
We do an initial phone consultation to make sure that we are a good fit for what you want to achieve.
We collect some diagnostic information to allow us to get to know you.
We set a counseling plan tailored to your unique needs to help achieve your goals!
Jeannette & Kevin Hiscock, Ph.D., LCPC
Life is often confusing; it can seem unfair and not make sense. Sometimes the problems you face are the consequences of your decisions, things you have said, and things you have done or failed to do. Sometimes life just happens. In any case, you may be left with depressed feelings, anger, grief, anxiety, mistrust, relational difficulties, and a loss of faith. We are here to help you work through these issues.
According to a 2005 article published by the National Fatherhood Foundation, 41% (almost half) of divorced couples say lack of pre-marriage preparation contributed to their divorce. In addition, a 2006 article on pre-marriage education published in the Journal of Family Psychology reported couples are 31% less likely to get divorced if they get some type of pre-marriage training before they marry. We can help you be better prepared for this most important step by reviewing your individual temperaments and discussing the topics of love, attitude, communication, finances, conflict, intimacy, and many others.
For most married couples, the easiest day of their marriage is the day they said, “I do.” Keeping and living in the spirit of your wedding day is not always easy. Everyday challenges can cause couples to drift apart, develop bad communication patterns, or just get stuck in a rut. We act as a third party to objectively hear both of you, and we specialize in working with marriages that seem hopeless. Let us walk you through the path of couples counseling and bring you back to the connection you had on the day you said, “I do.”