Becky Young is a Licensed Professional Counselor and holds a Master’s degree from Reformed Theological Seminary. Becky enjoys working with people who struggle with any kind of issue in their personal relationships. This could include marriage, parenting, abuse, neglect, anxiety, depression, addiction, codependence, and trauma. Becky respects the courage it takes to ask for help and feels honored to be trusted with some of the deepest and most vulnerable parts of a person’s life. Her desire is to invite clients to go to the roots of their hurt rather than simply identifying hurtful behaviors in their lives. She believes this is the work of the soul, requiring client, counselor, and the Holy Spirit to show up each session.
Restoring broken relationships
Brad Young is a Licensed Professional Counselor with over two decades of counseling experience. After graduating from Reformed Theological Seminary with Master’s degrees in Counseling and Divinity, he served several years as a pastor and counselor. My specialties include working with sexual addiction, masculinity and gender issues, abuse recovery, restoring broken relationships, and couples in crisis.
Brad helps guide individuals, couples, and families to relational wholeness. He seeks to create an environment where people can be themselves, knowing that the therapeutic relationship is built on trust, hope, and care. Using an eclectic approach that integrates theology and psychology, he invites clients to look at both how they have been hurt and what they have done with their pain. He views counseling as a healing relationship that helps people grow in their capacity to love God, to love themselves, and to love others.