You deserve to be happy.
What type of counseling are you looking for?
Why South County Christian Counseling?
Phone: (314) 729-0481
300 Biltmore Suite 352 Fenton, MO 63026
Are you feeling lost, overwhelmed, confused, or just need a non-judgemental listening ear? Take the first step of the journey with us. We provide our counseling services to help empower individuals, couples, families, and churches to face life’s demands and difficulties and heal from the inside out.
South County Christian Counseling is a teaching and counseling center located in St. Louis, Missouri. We exist to heal the hurting through individual counseling and also through teaching and training churches, treatment centers, and mental health professionals in the area of traumatic abuse and the devastating affects it has on people.
Improving the accessibility of mental health services by providing affordable, professional Christian counseling.
Trauma has been defined as the “pain that stays.” It is an emotional and mental pain that grips a person whether they are a child or an adult. This is called psychic pain. Because it is the deepest of pain it encompasses the mind, will and emotions. It is what is felt by being wounded by traumatic events.
This pain is the pain a child feels when their personhood has been attacked and wounded. The pain does not seemingly go away with time. It is an abiding pain that stays with the child throughout life, until they can get the healing they need. This is why South County Christian Counseling is dedicated to helping survivors with all kinds of trauma to heal. A study done with the cooperation of 550 colleagues working the field of traumatic stress in the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, St. Louis University Medical Center reveled; “that a significantly high proportion of severely disturbed individuals with prior traumatic events, that ninety-eight percent of those with Dissociative Identity Disorder had some type of either physical, sexual, or psychological abuse.”
At South County Christian Counseling, we have found a large and growing population of victims of abuse. They are seeking help from their local churches across the nation. These people bring numerous needs and unique challenges to the church such as:
Phone: (314) 729-0481