Biblical Counseling

Getting Started

Welcome to Trinity Counseling Services (PDF)



What is Biblical Counseling?

Everyone Faces Challenges

-Depression/Grief              -Parent/Child Conflicts            -Loneliness

-Physical/Sexual Abuse   -Unusual Behaviors                   -Difficult Relationships

-Eating Disorders              -Marriage Preparation              -Marriage/Divorce Issues

-Addictions                          -Anger                                           -Forgiveness

-Worry                                  -Guilt                                              -Anxiety

-Confusion                          -Fear

Does God care about me and my problems?

Does He have anything to say about my problem?

Can life really be different?


“I’ve tried counseling.”

“I guess that’s just the way I am.”

“Our marriage will never change.”

“How is talking to someone going to help?”

Sound familiar? Before giving up, consider that God’s Word offers a radically different approach to your problems.

Biblical Counseling

Simply coping with our problems is not enough. We need the real change that comes from God through the resources He makes available. Biblical counseling helps us see our problem from God’s perspective. With Biblical counseling, it does not take years to see results – change can take place quickly as God’s Word is applied.

“With God are wisdom and strength, He has counsel and understanding.”
Job 12:13

“Have you heard the counsel of God? Do you limit your wisdom to yourself?” 
Job 15:8

Core Values

When entering into counseling, it is crucial to know the core values and beliefs of your counselor. We work from a Bible-based value system. We believe that God, in His Word, has provided practical solutions for our deepest human problems.

Your Local Church

We recognize the importance of the church and we are here to serve them. If you attend a local church, we encourage you to consider inviting your pastor or other church leaders to join you in the counseling process.

“A wise man will hear and increase learning, and a man of understanding will attain wise counsel.” – Proverbs 1:5

Cost of Counseling

It is our desire that cost not be a barrier to receiving effective counsel.  For that reason, we have established a sliding fee scale based on annual household income.  The highest fee for a one hour session is $50; the highest fee for an hour and a half session is $75.  If you cannot afford the amount indicated below, ask if your church has available funds or inquire with us about scholarships.

Family Size Annual Household Income
1 $6,000+ $10,466+ $12,881+ $15,296+ $17,711+ $20,125+
2 – 3 $7,800+ $17,745+ $21,841+ $25,936+ $30,031+ $34,125+
4 – 6 $11,400+ $28,666+ $35,281+ $41,896+ $48,511+ $55,125+
6 + $13,200+ $35,946+ $44,241+ $52,536+ $60,831+ $69,126+
1 hour $25 $30 $35 $40 $45 $50
1.5 hours $37 $43 $50 $58 $66 $75