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Christian Mental Health
Care in Fort Worth

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 Christian Psychological Care for Individuals, Marriages, and Families

Choosing a counselor or a therapist can be a difficult decision. Mental Health is often approached from many different theories of change and therapies. Maybe you’ve been to multiple counselors too, some helpful and some not. We practice and counsel individuals, families, couples and marriages out of a biblical theory of psychology and care.

Professional Mental Health Clinic in Fort Worth

Cowtown’s Christian Mental Health Clinic in Fort Worth carefully counsels each client from a Christian perspective, leading to a quality and enjoyable life. Our clinicians provide emotional support and guidance for mental struggles. We also help with spiritual health. Overall, Our therapists carefully connect emotional, mental, and spiritual health.

Emotional health is the regulation of emotions like sadness, anger, stress, and worry. You actually manage emotions throughout the day. In the morning you feel stressed about an upcoming meeting with your boss; You get in your car, turn on worship music, hoping to feel better on the way to work.

Mental health is the association of your experiences with emotions, thoughts, and behavior. You may feel anxious around people and certain situations. Maybe mornings are more difficult than evenings. Either way, having someone carefully unpack your story as well as guide you can be very helpful.

Spiritual Health is the connection of emotions, behaviors, thoughts, God, and your experiences. For instance, you begin to experience God’s perspective about you and others; or feel purpose on a Monday morning. Sometimes spiritual health has more to do with rest than with doing more. Many of our therapists have pastoral and ministry backgrounds. Learn more about our approach by visiting Cowtown's page on Christian Counseling. We would love to come alongside you.

We help our clients change. Usually this happens over time. Change is not just sobriety from anxiety or addiction, but also how you deal with these. The “how” is just as important as the “sobriety”. You might be changing a great deal even if you still struggle with that one thing.

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We Help People 

Our theory of change is based around a professional counseling relationship, focused on your story and experiences, connecting mental, emotional, and spiritual health. We lay the framework of identity, sharing practical tools to build you up, so that you might live out the life God has designed for you.

If you have questions, please contact us. We can offer you a free fifteen minute consultation to see if we’re a good fit. Thank you for visiting our site and we hope to see you in the office.

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