Our desire is to meet individuals, couples, and families wherever they are and walk with them through their own unique healing journey.
We offer help in a variety of areas including:
- Body image
- Church hurts
- Conflict Resolution
- Couples counseling
- Existential stress
- Guilt & shame
- Life coaching
- Life transitions
- Marriage counseling
- Panic disorders
- Post-partum depression and anxiety
- Relationship stress
- Sexual issues
- Spiritual issues
- Unwanted behaviors
In addition to therapists, Kingdom Counseling also employs a physician assistant who provides psychiatric care and medication management: Michelle Kubik, PA-C. Michelle allows for longer appointment times than what is commonly experienced in medical settings so that she can take her time to help you feel heard and understood. Initial appointments average 45 to 60 minutes, and follow-up appointments average 25 to 30 minutes, allowing plenty of time for her connection with you as her client, answering of your questions, and for her treatment suggestions.
Kingdom Counseling offers collaboration of care between Michelle and our practice’s therapists.
Collaborative care is a more holistic, integrated healthcare model where multiple providers treating the same client can coordinate their care to increase treatment effectiveness.
At Kingdom Counseling, this means that if you see one of our therapists for counseling and our physician assistant for medication management, your providers can coordinate their treatment and recommendations to complement each other’s work with you. This comes at no additional cost for you.
Since different types of providers bring different skill sets and perspectives to the table, research indicates the client will be better served and will often experience greater treatment effectiveness when in a collaborative care practice.
We believe psychiatric medication can be a helpful means of improving mental health for those facing life’s challenges or navigating chemical imbalances in their bodies, but view it as supplemental and not primary in the treatment of mental health. While not every person in therapy should consider or pursue psychiatric medication, there are times when medication can benefit the therapeutic process. We do not see medication as the first or second line of defense, but as a tool to employ when other options have not been effective.
We recognize that our bodies have been subject to the Fall and are susceptible to experiencing chemical and hormonal imbalances that can affect our emotional, physical, cognitive, relational, professional, and spiritual health. Although psychiatric medications have often been misused or abused, we hope to offer a higher standard of practice that seeks to honor our clients and minimize the need for medication over time.
Our medication prescriber’s goals include:
- Improved management of already prescribed psychiatric medications
- Overall decrease in the number and dosage of medications
- Decreased need and dependence on medication when possible
- Help establish client’s mental health and emotional stability enough for increased effectiveness of their counseling work with their therapist
- Collaborate with therapists to maximize treatment progress
Ready to find hope and healing through Kingdom Counseling?
Professional counseling provides an opportunity for growth and healing, no matter what you’re facing. Together, we can walk through life’s challenges and help you live the life God intends for you.