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Christian Counseling Edmonton

Christian Counseling Edmonton

Family Life offers Christian Counseling in Edmonton to children, teenagers, adults, and couples dealing with anxiety, depression, marital troubles, relationship issues, trauma, and stress. By addressing your unresolved emotions, feelings, and anger, we help you attain peace of mind and improved mental wellness.

Does Alberta Health Care cover counseling?

The Alberta Health Care does not cover counseling fees with a psychologist. Blue Cross Insurance and other extended health benefit plans may offer partial coverage for counseling with a therapist.

How much does therapy cost in Alberta?

The Psychologists' Association of Alberta has a recommended fee schedule for registered psychologists in Alberta. Individual therapy and couples/family therapy can cost $200 for a 50-minute-long session. Your unique needs can also affect the fee you pay your Christian therapists in Edmonton, AB.

Does insurance cover Christian counseling?

Insurance companies offer coverage only for medically necessary services. However, you may be able to claim partial or full coverage depending on the type of plan you choose. Call your insurance provider to learn about the therapeutic services available under your policy and what type of out-of-pocket costs you can expect.

What is Christian counseling?

Christian counseling draws from the principles of Christianity to improve your mental health, relationships, and overall quality of life. Christian therapy draws from scripture and biblical teachings and imparts valuable lessons to individuals dealing with challenges or grief in life.

Unlike what you may think, a strong and unfaltering faith may be what you need to regain control over your relationships, career, declining health, financial problems, and deteriorating mental health. We help our clients identify their behaviors through the teachings of God.

Who can benefit from Christian counseling services?

Christian counseling can reform the lives of those dealing with problems such as:

  • Relationship/marital problems
  • Parent-child issues
  • Mental illness
  • Psychological distress
  • Grief and loss
  • Loss of job
  • Substance abuse or addiction
  • Weakening faith in God
  • Low self-image/self-esteem, etc.

Besides, if you feel depressed, anxious, or emotionally distressed, you can always seek help from a Christian therapist for moral support, mental clarity, and peace of mind.  

What happens during a Christian counseling session?

A Christian counselor will listen to you intently, understand your issues, and use faith-based psychological principles to help you manage, resolve, and overcome those issues.

How can I find a good Christian counselor?

An ideal place to begin would be acquiring referrals from your physician, family members, friends, or the religious leaders in your neighborhood. Look for a licensed or registered psychologist or counseling service provider with a proven approach and the best outcomes. More importantly, search for a therapist whose values, spiritual beliefs, and approach meshes with yours to make your counseling sessions more productive and fruitful.

Call Family Life today at 780-963-7451 to schedule an appointment with one of our therapists. We are a pioneer center for Christian counseling in Edmonton with licensed, experienced, and compassionate psychologists and therapists, who can help you overcome your mental health issues, personal problems, and emotional agony.

Christian Counseling Edmonton

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