COVID Fatigue and Trauma:
A Journey To Wellness
Individual, Family and Children’s Evidence-Based Therapies
The Ecumenical Center views healing as the integration of mind, body and spirit. The Center wants every aspect of care provided to be clinically competent, and, where desired, theologically informed and spiritually sensitive, especially the counseling services. The Ecumenical Center’s Approach to Counseling is to help people of every age, stage and condition of life and from every imaginable cultural background to deal with all types of challenges. To do this, a multidimensional approach to counseling is used. Based on client preference, either a straightforward clinical counseling style is used, or a faith-based approach that correlates with the client’s traditions is used.
All of The Ecumenical Center’s Counseling Staff is a state licensed counselor, graduate and doctorate level therapists, psychologists, registered play therapists, LPCs, LCSWs or externs and intern associates working under supervision. In addition, all those who deal with faith-based counseling clients are certified by the American Association of Pastoral Counselors.
The Ecumenical Center offers a full array of counseling and related consultation options including: Adult, Adolescent and Children’s Counseling, Play Therapy, Marriage and Couples Counseling, Premarital Counseling, Relationship Counseling, Family Counseling, Individual Counseling, Geriatric Counseling, Sexual Counseling, Active Military and Veteran Specialty Counseling Programs, Support Groups, Bereavement Support Group, Life After Loss, Neurofeedback, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) and Alpha-Stim.