About Gary DeVine
What does it mean to provide Christian counseling informed by research and driven by faith? For over 2 decades, I’ve been remedying emotional and relationship problems by drawing on personal experience, psychological research and faith. Click the video to the left to learn more about me.
- Graduate degree in mental health counseling from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
- Board-Certified Professional Christian Counselor and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional.
- Credentialized by multiple insurance companies
- Faith-Based Practice, no matter what your beliefs are
Why Faith Matters for Better Mental Health
According to a nationwide study, 59% of mental health clients stated that it is important that their therapist integrate religion/spirituality (RS) into therapy, while only 20.5% disagreed.1 However, most therapists fail to do this. Additionally, faith matters because there is no distinction between the word “mind” (what psychologists study) and the word “soul”, both are what in Greek is call the “psyche”.
What Christian Counseling Can Do for You
For my Christian clients, I’m a Christian counselor. I do see non-Christian clients. I respect their beliefs because I’m here to help people, whether they are Christian, Buddhist or atheist. Learn more about my approach to psychotherapy.
What is the Process?
From consults to completing your treatment plans, I welcome you to deepen your understanding of the journey you’re embarking on, whether it’s with me or someone else.
What Is Christian Therapy Like?
As a Christian, you have the opportunity to develop a dynamic relationship with God. Some of us easily identify with being a servant of God, but we have difficulty being a child of God. We’d like to help you to get that balance back.
For logistical and technical details or questions about my methodology, visit my FAQ. This page dives deeper into my effective approaches for treatment and includes client-relevant details (e.g. directions, payment portal, etc.).
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