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The mission of the counseling center is to: Assist individuals, couples and families with processing the challenges they face in life from a Judeo-Christian Worldview.
The Grace University Counseling Center is a place of holistic healing where Christian counselors look at all areas of your life and the struggles you face to determine a comprehensive plan to resolve or manage your life’s issues.
Counselors partner with you to address emotional, psychological, social, physical and spiritual life issues including:
Although the process of healing and change looks different for each person, Christian counselors believe the core work of healing occurs as God moves in each person's life. Some people find immediate relief from emotional pain and make progress with each counseling session. Yet for others, the healing process may include emotional turmoil as issues surface and are worked through. Our counselors are equipped to help you magnify the painful and dysfunctional patterns in your life and help make things clear so change can occur.
The spiritual area, as with all the other areas, is handled on an individual basis. We acknowledge that you hold personal beliefs regarding spiritual issues, and we seek to be sensitive and appropriate when we approach this or any other issue. While not all problems are spiritual, we believe that all areas of life are impacted by spiritual struggles. If you would like us to, we will pray with you and share biblical truths from the scriptures.
Grace University Counseling Center has a two-tiered counseling and fee structure.
As part of their student practicum, graduate-level counseling students work under the direct supervision of licensed faculty to serve clients. Graduate-level counseling students provide excellent counseling services at no cost to the community.
Grace University faculty who are licensed counselors and licensed private counselors also serve clients through a tiered fee structure at the Grace University Counseling Center. Available counselors include:
To learn more about counseling options, call (402) 449-2855.
We offer free counseling services to our undergraduate students as well as members of the community through our Clinical Mental Health Counseling Graduate Program. Student Counselors will meet with you to provide mental health services. We are pleased to assist you in making appointments to fit your personal needs.
To make an appointment, call (402) 449-2855, or click the "appointments" button below.
Please Note: The Grace University Counseling Center is closed for Christmas Break from December 14, 2013 through January 22, 2014. During this time, we will not be accepting requests to see a student counselor free of charge.
However, we do have two licensed therapist that may be able to accommodate you:
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