Counselor and Clinical Supervisor
Nuestra iglesia ofrece varios tipos de consejería que incluyen consejeros profesionales con licencia, pasantes de posgrado y varios grupos de apoyo durante todo el año. Cada tipo de consejería está diseñada para generar esperanza y crear cambios para las diversas luchas que enfrentan. Nuestros consejeros están capacitados profesionalmente y tienen licencia del estado de Carolina del Norte o la obtención de licencias. Nuestra consejería combina principios centrados en Cristo y basados en la Biblia, junto con principios psicológicos comprobados para promover la curación emocional, relacional y espiritual.
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There is a difference between Biblical Counseling and Clinical Counseling. However, this can be confusing.
First, it is important to examine the similarities between the two.
But how do they differ?
Both Clinical and Biblical counselors can assist with many different issues. However, you must decide how you want to approach the issue. When considering which direction to go in, there is no correct answer. If you need more information, examine the different tabs, the different counselors, and feel free to call with questions.
There are several differences between the Clinical Counselors at Hickory Grove and the Graduate Interns.
Anything discussed in counseling with one of our clinical counselors is kept confidential, with the following exceptions:
Our interns follow the same guidelines (see above) of confidentiality as our Clinical Counselors. However, it is important to note they are still in training and receive supervision. Consequently, they are required to video sessions, and discuss cases with the clinical supervisor in the counseling center, and their respective universities.
For the most part, issues discussed in counseling with our Biblical Counselors is kept confidential, with the following exceptions:
Counseling is not always fun or easy. It is important to consider the following when engaging in counseling.
Feel free to call the office at 704-531-4034, and we can help you determine the best fit. Or, if you have a good idea of what you want and need, look through the counselors’ bios and call one of them directly.
You can call the office at 704-531-4034, and we can direct you to someone or look over the list of outside resources and call them directly.
Hickory Grove offers Clinical Counseling for members of Hickory Grove Baptist Church and non-members. According to the American Counseling Association, “professional counseling is a professional relationship that empowers diverse individuals, families, and groups to accomplish mental health, wellness, education, and career goals” (https://www.counseling.org/about-us/about-aca). We blend Christ-centered, biblically based principles, along with proven psychological principles to promote emotional, relational, and spiritual healing. This relationship may be short- or long-term, depending on the issue you present. Clinical Counselors at Hickory Grove are licensed by the state of North Carolina or pursuing licensure. There is paperwork and a fee for counseling with Clinical counselors.
What is the fee?
There is a fee for the professional counselors. This will vary depending on the counselor’s experience, training, and license. The fee normally ranges from $60 to $130 per session. Our graduate interns are free of charge for sessions, so if there is a financial need, they are a good option.
Our graduate counseling interns offer free counseling to individuals and couples. This includes adults, adolescents, and children. Our interns are receiving either their masters or doctoral degrees in counseling. They all receive training and supervision from the clinical supervisor in the counseling center, Dr. Christa Phipps, and their respective universities.
The goal of our internship program is to offer quality counseling free to people who cannot afford it while training new counselors on how to incorporate faith-based principles with the clinical skills necessary to be effective. Sessions last from 45 minutes to 90 minutes depending on the arrangement made with your intern. The initial paperwork is provided below and is required to be completed before the first session.
To schedule an appointment with one of the Graduate Counseling Interns, please call the office at 704-531-4034.