Christian therapy, often called Faith-based therapy, is incorporating the life principles and love of Jesus Christ in the therapeutic process so individuals can regain hope, rebuild broken relationships, and find the help they need to move toward a better and fulfilling life. Focusing through the lens of the Bible, a Christian therapist applies both Biblical teachings and proven therapeutic techniques while fully relying upon the Holy Spirit to assist in the journey of healing.
I strongly desire, and diligently strive to find answers based on biblical truth as you seek to enhance and improve your day-to-day living. Even when faith is strong, Christians encounter difficulties and challenges. Christian based therapy combines effective, proven therapy methods with Christian values.
Therapy services are provided with the mindset of: encouraging each other, building each other up in Christ, bearing with one another, carrying each other’s burdens, praying for each other, and loving each other as Christ taught. (Ephesians 4:2; 1 Thessalonians 5:11; Galatians 6:2; James 3:17 – 18; James 5:16; John 15:12,13; Colossians 3:12-14)
Divine Therapy in Bryant, AR is committed to applying the highest level of biblical, theological, clinical, scientific knowledge, and training. I believe Biblical knowledge and theological truths are foundational for the process that helps people be more like Christ. I also believe both clinical and scientific knowledge, as part of God’s general revelation, can be used in the therapeutic process, as long as these tools are consistent with God’s specific revelation in Scripture.
Christian therapy treats the whole person: body, mind and spirit. We begin by seeking God’s direction through prayer and biblical scripture. Our faith and trust in God is the foundation for health and healing. We encourage spiritual and personal growth. A Christian therapist becomes an extension of the work of the Holy Spirit in tangible form.
At Divine Therapy, I specialize in providing services from a Christian worldview. I understand people have many different belief systems, and work to create a comfortable, non-judgmental environment while respecting all denominations, faith, and doctrinal preferences. However, I also consider it a privilege and a pleasure to serve those who do not identify with the Christian faith. Therapy services can be provided to those who are not Christians with gentleness and respect and without imposing personal beliefs.