COUNSELING

You are not alone. Hope, help, and healing are available.

The First Baptist Woodstock Counseling Ministry offers affordable, professional, Christian counseling to
both the First Baptist Woodstock congregation and the Woodstock community.

Currently offering online counseling sessions. Call the counseling office at 770-591-4770 for more details.

Our Team:

Our counseling team consists of Licensed Marriage & Family Therapists (LMFT), Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC), Associate Professional Counselors (APC), post graduate counselors, graduate student interns, and certified counselors.

AREAS OF FOCUS
 
  • Depression and mood concerns
  • Anxiety and worry
  • Communication issues
  • Work or academic stress
  • Self-esteem, guilt, shame
  • Grief and loss
  • Women's issues
  • Men's issues
  • Premarital counseling
  • Marital/Couples therapy
  • Play therapy for children
  • Affair recovery
  • Trauma recovery
  • Blended family issues
  • Sexual/porn addiction
  • Spiritual concerns/disillusionment
 

LOCAL PASTORS ARE WELCOME

We know that many pastors are also struggling spiritually, emotionally, and relationally with few places to turn. It is our desire to help ministers and their families as they walk through difficult times. For over 20 years, our counseling center has been a safe place for pastors to find hope and healing. Our team of therapists have a wealth of experience providing individual and couples therapy to ministers and their families.

LOCATION AND APPOINTMENTS

Our office is conveniently located .5 miles from the First Baptist Woodstock Church campus, in the
Ivy Village Professional Park, 3380 Trickum Rd. Bldg, 700., Woodstock, GA 30188

Counseling sessions are by appointment only, Monday -Thursday.

FEES AND SCHEDULE AVAILABILITY

Call our office at 770-591-4770 for more information regarding our fees, schedule availability,
and to inquire about whether our ministry is best suited to meet your needs.

EMERGENCIES

Our counseling ministry is not staffed to respond to crisis calls, or to handle walk-in clients.
True emergencies should be directed to 911; 800-SUICIDE; GA Crisis Access Line 800-715-4225, or go to the emergency room of your choice.