Faith-based therapy intertwines disciplines of faith and psychology to provide an approach to mental and emotional health that pulls from spiritual teachings to find coping strategies.
The wisdom in spiritual teachings can be a sacred source of grounding. Our faiths or creeds have long been natural points of reference to guide us in moments of crisis.
Faith-based therapy offers you an opportunity to take inventory of the spiritual principles that guide you and harness those that serve to build resilience and meaning into your life.
There are also moments when you find yourself pushing against the edges of your faith, as to you sort through the beliefs and emotional patterns that serve your wellbeing and those that don’t. Those moments can feel especially troubling. Faith-based therapy offers a safe container to explore your thoughts and feelings with respect and understanding.