People sustain deep wounds simply by living in a broken world, and as a result of their own and others' sin. These wounds hinder relationships with God, self, and others; and they interrupt spiritual and emotional growth; they compromise the health of the whole person.
Christian counseling is ultimately about spiritual formation. The counselors at Bryan College seek to address spiritual and mental health needs of students in order that they may find healing and freedom, and be conformed to the image of Christ. Real hope is possible where there is a safe place to unearth pain, confess truth, and receive the true healing that God offers in Jesus Christ.
Soul care is a holistic approach to helping others find healing and restoration, with a particular emphasis on the interior life. While soul care is practiced everyday in the context of friendship and discipleship, at times this nurture and support is helpful within a therapeutic counseling setting.
Contact Amy Hutchinson, Coordinator for Strategic Support, to make an appointment with a counselor.