Christian Based Therapy for Women
When life doesn't seem to make sense and you feel stuck, confused, worried,
hopeless, angry, or filled with grief, you are not alone!
Hope and healing are possible. Even though God may feel far off, the Psalmist reminds us he is "close to broken hearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit."
ABOUT CARRIE BREEDLOVE MS, LPC
I help women find joy on their unchosen journey!
I understand the difficulty women have in navigating strong emotions,
while trying to balance work and relationships.
My own life journey has been filled with a variety of plot twists and turns I never expected. My heart goes out to you, even now as you read this message, especially if you are in a lengthy season of grief, loss, confusion, anxiety,
or deep emotional pain.
It has probably been hard for you to focus, and you have likely found yourself ruminating over the same things over and over again,
feeling stuck and exhausted.
I have so much hope for you and I would love to hear your story!
You are never beyond God's reach, and he is closer to you now
than you ever could possibly imagine. Acts 17:27
Taking the step to see a counselor is difficult for many people.
I am looking forward to meeting you, praying with you, and journeying with you through this season of your life. Feel free to contact me with any questions.
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