The Purpose of Northland Christian Counseling Center is to offer a ministry which aids in the development of each individual's potential: emotionally, physically, socially, intellectually, and spiritually. This endeavor includes counseling and educational services based on the Word of God.
Northland Christian Counseling Center believes that God, through the Lord Jesus Christ, has all power to guide and carry people through the hurt, uncertainty, and pain of their lives. In the process of counseling and within the context of a caring community of believers, each individual client is offered healing, restoration, strength, love and comfort.
We aim to provide a confidential and safe place to talk, to teach you how to communicate effectively, and to help you recognize your value and worth.
The fee per counseling session is based on the rate of the individual counselor. Some congregations may offer financial help to individuals who cannot afford the full fee. Please call for additional information.
Help for anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, substance abuse, sexual abuse, grief or loss, workplace challenges, and other personal concerns.
Help for couples in achieving and maintaining a healthy marital relationship.
Help for the family as a whole in recognizing the value and appropriate role of each member.
We are available for consultation to help pastors and church leaders deal with difficult counseling situations.
Help in evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of the relationship and in planning for a strong, healthy marriage. Inquire about our premarital counseling package.
Help for personal or family transitions such as retirement, illness or the death of a loved one, and other concerns.
We offer one or two day seminars addressing issues with spirit (Biblical truth), soul, and body taken into account and practically applied.
Help for groups joined together by a common concern. Individuals learn from each other, encouraging one another, ministering to and being ministered to in the context of a caring group.
Co-Dependency is a self-focused way of life in which a person, blind to his or her true self, continually reacts to others being controlled by and seeking to control their behavior, attitudes, and/or opinions, resulting in spiritual sterility, loss of authenticity and absence of intimacy. A co-dependent person is “addicted,” not to a destructive substance, but to a destructive pattern of relating to other people, a pattern usually learned from childhood in an abusive or non-nurturing home. Codependency holds a person hostage to other people’s behaviors, moods, or opinions, and the codependent bases his or her worth and actions on someone else’s life. It’s a terrible bondage. (Bondage to Bonding, Nancy Groom)