Our Christian Counseling Perspective

Christian Counseling

Call us at 810-923-5760
We can help you take the next step in living life.

We have been providing caring Christian counseling since 1985. Living Life Counseling was founded on a deep conviction that seeking God’s direction, wisdom and power during the course of therapy is an essential component of the healing process. We feel strongly that the first step in dealing with painful regrets and guilt is to understand God’s forgiveness and the boundless love of Jesus Christ. As committed Christians, we welcome praying with you during the session if you would like to do so. In addition, if you would like to bring your Bible to use for reference we are very happy to incorporate this into the counseling process.

For those of another faith, keep in mind that fifty percent of our case load is made up of clients that do not have any strong religious beliefs. In no way will we impose our faith on a client. If a client is interested in learning more about the Christian aspects of our therapy we will be glad to share the details. No matter where you are in your life journey, we believe that counseling will have a great impact on helping you to live the life you are seeking.

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Over the years of providing counseling we have found that working through the process of understanding, analyzing and healing in the area of your core beliefs has helped clients make tremendous progress on their road to recovery. Truly taking the time to reflect and proactively address the root cause of depression, anxiety, fear, anger, addictive behaviors, or any other struggle that robs you from living a fulfilling life can be incredibly rewarding. Please thoughtfully consider if you need to find and clearly understand the original source of your hurt to begin the healing process.

If you would like to learn more about our mission and the three key questions you should be asking yourself, click on Living Life's Mission. In addition, Living Life Counseling provides counseling to pastors and church professionals. Click on Clergy Care to learn more about these services.

Additional Resources
Christian Counseling and Fruitful Living sections of the RECOMMENDED BOOK RESOURCES page on our website.

How to Contact Us
Our staff can begin helping you immediately to begin living the life you truly desire. For maps and directions to our Ann Arbor, Brighton and Livonia offices please go to the Office Locations page on this website or call us at 810-923-5760.  To send us an email go to the Contact Us page on this website and complete the Contact Us email submission form.

Living Life Serves the Detroit Metropolitan Area

Living Life is proud to be providing Christian counseling to the many communities in Southeast Michigan including Ann Arbor, Brighton, Canton, Dearborn, Detroit, Dexter, Fowlerville, Farmington, Farmington Hills, Hartland, Howell, Livonia, Milford, Northville, Novi, Pinckney, Plymouth, Salem, Saline, South Lyon, Southfield, Superior, Walled Lake, Wayne, West Bloomfield, Westland, Whitmore Lake, Wixom, Livingston County, Oakland County, Washtenaw County, and Wayne County.

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Call us at 810-923-5760

BRIGHTON OFFICE
794 W. Grand River Ave.
Suite 794
Brighton, MI 48116

LIVONIA OFFICE
37677 Professional Center Dr.
Suite 135
Livonia, MI 48154

ANN ARBOR OFFICE
5340 Plymouth Road
Suite 104
Ann Arbor, MI 48105

We can help you live the life you always wanted.


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