Counseling requires patience, commitment, and trust. It involves working with a trained professional to address emotional, psychological, social, and behavioral issues. Typically, the first step in counseling is an initial consultation to discuss your concerns and goals with the counselor. From there, the counselor will work with you to create a plan tailored to your specific needs. This may involve weekly or bi-weekly counseling sessions and homework assignments to practice new skills.
Over time, counseling can help you gain insight and develop healthier coping strategies to improve your overall well-being. Therefore, your counseling depends largely on your willingness to engage in this process, which may sometimes result in significant discomfort. In other words, sometimes, we may feel worse before we feel better, and others may not be happy about the changes you make. But if you persevere, we will support you and help you clarify what you want for yourself. And you can stop at any given time. The choice is yours.
Augusta/Belvedere Location: Bret Legg
Teaching and Counseling Pastor, Bret Legg, has a Masters in Marriage and Family Counseling and over 30 years of experience in helping individuals and marriages with such issues as: depression, anxiety, grief, abuse, marital issues, infidelity, and divorce. Counseling sessions are private and confidential, but availability is limited.
For counseling inquiries at the Augusta or Belvedere location, contact Susan Cady, email@example.com | 706.922.7041. If we’re unable to see you, we offer a referral list of area Christian counselors.
Grovetown Location: Stephen Spragg
For counseling inquiries at the Grovetown location, please contact Stephen Spragg, firstname.lastname@example.org | 706.922.7600. If we’re unable to see you, we offer a referral list of area Christian counselors.
If we’re unable to see you, we offer a referral list of area Christian counselors.
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Support & Recovery Groups
Support Groups are for those needing encouragement and support during a period of suffering or hardship. Groups are open to those in our community. Some may require a workbook purchase so check the event detail.
Warren seasonally offers a variety of groups: Divorce Care, Grief Care, Financial Peace University, Substance Abuse, Anxiety-Depression, Parenting in a Broken World, Marriage Betrayal for Women, Freedom Groups (men only) and Survivors of Sexual Abuse for Women. See below for a list of current or upcoming groups.
Freedom Recovery Groups are working groups that help those suffering from addiction. These groups will be active in encouraging behavior change, especially in times of relapse or when encountering difficulties during recovery. Working groups help you establish accountability measures and live addiction-free lives. Is it time to change your story?
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Warren Support and Recovery groups are not open for clinical observation.
Quick Counsel Podcast
Join Teaching and Counseling Pastor Bret Legg for his weekly podcast. Bret holds a Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Counseling, a Masters Degree in Religious Education, and has more than 30 years of years of experience in helping people. This podcast seeks to help people who might not ever go to counseling understand concepts and issues that could improve their life.
Please note: this podcast is not a substitute for professional counseling or therapy.
- Teaching and Counseling Associate Pastor