counseling

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MISSION

To serve individuals, couples, and families in need of counseling with the ultimate goal of helping others to move to personal wholeness, interpersonal competence, mental stability, and spiritual maturity.


CELEBRATE RECOVERY

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Celebrate Recovery will be launching Monday September 9th! Join us from 6:00p-8:00p every Monday for a time of worship, testimonies, and open share groups. CR will meet in the Multipurpose room. Free childcare will be provided! Visit CR's website for more information about this ministry: https://www.celebraterecovery.com

INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING

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If you are seeking counseling, complete our online intake form to provide us with information on why you are seeking out counseling. Once this form is completed, our counselor Ashli Bellinger will contact you to schedule an initial session. Email Ashli for any further questions.

ADOLESCENT GROUP COUNSELING

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Ongoing male and female adolescent group counseling sessions will begin this fall. These sessions will run for four weeks at a time and will cover subjects such a depression, anxiety, stress, triggers, suicide, and understanding yourself. Groups will meet on Tuesdays from 4:00p-5:00p. Complete the online intake form to begin (please fill out necessary fields on the form that are consistent with the adolescent who will be joining the group). Ashli Bellinger will contact you and your adolescent to begin the process of joining this group. Email Ashli if you have any questions!


FOR MORE INFO. CONTACT AShLI OR MATT


 
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Ashli has a passion for people and bringing healing to those in need of help. She has her Bachelor's degree in Psychology and her Master's degree in Professional Counseling. She spent 10 months of an internship at a residential treatment center where she worked with clients who struggled with addiction. She has experience in addiction, trauma, and abuse. Ashli is in the process of becoming a Licensed Associated Counselor through the state of Arizona. She loves working with people of all ages but has a passion for working with high school students and women.

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Matt has a passion for walking with hurting people and for leading them towards hope in their darkest hours. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Chrstian Ministries with an emphasis in Youth Ministries and a Master’s of Arts in Ministry with an emphasis in Counseling and Family. For twelve years he served as Pastor of our Preteen and Jr. High ministries and has been doing Pastoral lay counseling for the last nine years amongst his other tasks at The Grove. In that time, Matt has counseled people in all sorts of different counseling situations, but near to his heart especially is addiction recovery, anxiety/depression, and marriage counseling.

 

MAKING AN APPOINTMENT


PAL (Parent of Addicted Loved ones)

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MONDAY NIGHTS | 7 - 8:30P | AT THE GROVE

PAL meetings at The Grove meet weekly on Monday nights from 7:00 to 8:30 PM. Family members of addicted loved ones are encouraged to attend, if they are over the age of 18.

 

PAL is a support group of volunteer parents helping parents, using an evidence based, structured curriculum created by professionals in the treatment and recovery industry. Weekly meetings offer addiction education and support at no chargefor parents and other family members or friends who are trying to save a loved one from addiction. PAL is making a difference in communities around the country.

 

If interested, you are welcome to contact Grant at (480) 338-3306

grant@millertimeteam.com or just show up at the meeting!

 

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