The views expressed in this article are of the individual writer and not necessarily representative of each counselor who works at ChristianWorks for Children. The first time I watched the movie Moana, a scene toward the end of the movie absolutely entranced me. The underlying themes of identity, shame, and healing are blatant. If I […]
NOTE: The following article is in no way meant to be a replacement for formal, in-person training on mental health first aid. Welcome back to our Gatekeeping for Faith Leaders series! If for some reason you missed our first two installments, I highly encourage you to begin by reading Part 1, How do I know […]
Gatekeeping for Faith Leaders, Part 2: What is my role after I refer someone to counseling? Hello, friends and faith leaders! If you have somehow stumbled upon this article and wonder what exactly a gatekeeper is, I encourage you to read Part 1 of this series, How do I know when to refer someone to […]
In our commitment to support healing and resilience within our community, we are proud to announce that we are offering FREE counseling services to the families, first responders, and mall employees directly impacted by the Allen Outlet Mall shooting thanks to a generous donation from KLTY and generous matches from donors.
We understand the profound emotional toll that such traumatic events can have on individuals and their families. It is crucial to provide a safe and supportive space where healing can begin. Our dedicated team of compassionate mental health professionals are ready to offer counseling sessions to those affected, aimed at helping them navigate the complex emotions, grief, and trauma they may be experiencing.
If you or someone you know could benefit from our counseling services, please do not hesitate to reach out by calling our offices at 972-960-9981 or by completing our online contact form.