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"I have come to a better understanding of the gospel through counseling. As someone who grew up in church all her life it is amazing to me that there were still so many pieces that I was not connecting from my head to my heart. Jesus' love for me is unbelievable."
- Anchored Hope User
We have hope because of the finished work of the cross. Our counseling is centered on the cross because it is the foundation of our hope and lasting change.
All of our counselors are theologically educated and professionally trained to counsel those hurting and struggling with life's varying issues.
We believe biblical hope should be accessible to everyone. That's why we've created a pricing structure that's affordable and provide special discounts when needed.
Life is full of difficulties.
Getting biblical help shouldn’t
be one of them.
Anchored Hope offers Christ-centered, theologically driven counseling that understands the human condition through the lens of Scripture, not secular psychology. Anchored Hope seeks to be clinically informed in order to best communicate and care for all clients.
We aim to offer compassionate care that addresses a person’s heart and to find tangible solutions to navigating life in a fallen world in Christlike ways.
Our counselors are highly trained and bring vast experience in addressing relationships, trauma, grief, conflict, anxiety, life transitions, addictions, and other various issues. We are also happy to work in conjunction with medical professional for clients with physical issues.
Depending on your needs and budget,
we have an option for you.
Starting at $90
Starting at $125
Starting at $100
Are there more plans?
Depending on your needs, we offer different lengths of sessions, packages of multiple sessions, and individual or couples sessions. We also provide sessions for adolescents. You can see the full list of session options by following the link below.
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What kind of counseling issues does Anchored Hope address?
People come to Anchored Hope with many different struggles. We believe that the Bible addressed all of life’s struggles. Thus, we apply a Christ-centered, Biblical worldview to all of life’s problems. Examples of common struggles that we often address include grief, marriage and family issues, anxiety, depression, anger, pornography, eating disorders, identity issues, sexual abuse, and addictions.
Is Anchored Hope right for me?
Anchored Hope may be right for you if you’re looking to improve your contentment and are seeking a Gospel-centered perspective. We also have counselors who work with issues, such as stress, anxiety, relationships, parenting, depression, addictions, eating disorders, trauma, anger, family conflicts, grief, religion, self-esteem and more. Anchored Hope is not the right solution for you if any of the following is true:
- You have thoughts of hurting yourself or others
- You are in an urgent crisis or an emergency situation
- You have been diagnosed with a severe mental illness, or if you have been advised to be in psychological supervision or psychiatric care
- You were required to undergo therapy or counseling either by a court order or by any other authority
- You do not have a device that can connect to the Internet or you do not have a reliable Internet connection.
Is counseling confidential?
No information is disclosed without prior written permission from the counselee. However, we take a few exceptions to this rule, which are:
- Suspected child, dependent adult, or elder abuse. The counselor is required to report this to the appropriate authorities immediately.
- If a counselee is threatening serious bodily harm to another person. The therapist is required to notify the police.
- If a counselee intends to harm himself or herself, the counselor will make every effort to work with the individual to ensure his or her safety. However, since counseling is virtual, additional measures may need to be taken to keep them safe.
How long does counseling take?
The length of counseling can vary greatly, depending on the problems being addressed. The length of counseling will also depend on what you put into counseling. If you complete your homework assignments, spend time in the word and in prayer, involve yourself in your local church, and come to counseling ready to be transparent and vulnerable, you will significantly speed up the counseling process!
When can I see a counselor?
It depends on which counselor you are going to work with. Each counselor’s schedule and availability is different. You will be able to schedule your sessions based on the appointment times open or the possibility of accepting a cancellation opening. We will try our best to get you scheduled the week after you request an appointment.
What is traditional counseling like?
Traditional Counseling is just like the face-to-face counseling that you would receive in an office. The only difference is that you are not in the same room as your counselor. Instead, you are meeting with your counselor online by video using your computer via our secure, HIPPA compliant platform. This platform has a very similar feel to Skype of FaceTime. Most people who do online counseling say it feels like they are in the same room as their counselor.
In the Traditional Counseling model, it is common to schedule a series of weekly sessions (each session is fifty minutes). However, depending on the issue for which you are seeking counseling, you might not need to meet with your counselor that regularly.