“Where there is no guidance, the people fall, but in abundance of counselors there is Victory”. – Proverbs 11:14
Are you a Christian who loves the Lord and experiences powerful negative emotions?
Have you been marginalized by the church because you have experienced seasons of depression or feelings of anxiety?
Do you feel your anxiety and worry means you are not a good Christian?
Have you been told you do not need therapy and prayer is the answer to everything you are experiencing?
If you answered yes to any of these questions. Then my heart breaks for you!
It is unfortunate that there are churches which marginalize believers when it pertains to mental health. Too often, churches dismiss the validity of mental health concerns and direct members to prayer as a “treatment” method for trauma and mental health.
Per the request of clients, Beyond the Mask offers faith-based psychotherapy services that allows individuals to infuse their faith in their treatment options.
It’s OK to have Jesus and a Therapist!
Beyond the Masks founder, Sharhonda created “Christ and the Clinician” as a platform for Christians/believers to feel comfortable getting mental health counseling without the shame and stigma associated with it.
Getting help via psychotherapy does not negate, dismiss or diminish the power of God. It does not mean prayer does not work or you do not believe, trust or affirm God’s plan for their life. It means you trust God has directed you to the right treatment with a Christ infused
We invite you to release the shame, fear, doubt and guilt of seeking therapy and schedule your appointment today. You can have “the church and the couch”.
Visit the store to grab your, “Jesus and a Therapist” swag!
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