A Faith-Based Option
Therefore, encourage one another and build each other up.
-1 Thessalonians 5:11
A Faith-Based Option
Riverside Counseling Center is pleased to care for individuals from all religious and nonreligious backgrounds. Our goal is to provide warm and professional care to everyone who seeks help.
For those who do not wish to discuss religious beliefs, we will not discuss religious perspectives in counseling. We will focus on psychological and medical approaches to help restore satisfying emotional and relationship balance.
For those who do wish to include Christian faith as part of their counseling experience, we offer therapy which integrates faith, psychology, and medicine. Our Faith-Based Counselors will help you to examine the role of healthy religious belief and behavior emotional renewal.
Several of our counselors and doctors offer Faith-Based Counseling. A list of counselors and medical staff who integrate faith and psychological approaches, when asked, are noted below. Our receptionists are also available to discuss which provider may best meet your needs
“We must also consider how to encourage each other to show love and to do good things.”
featured christian counselors
Christine Fleming, MA
Resident in counseling
. Christine graduated with high honors from Dallas Theological Seminary with a Master’s degree in Counseling. She also earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Mary Washington University.
Mike Ellis, LCSW
Michael Ellis, LCSW, provides counseling to children, adolescents, and adults with a calm and professional manner. He uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Solution Focused Therapy to help clients overcome anxiety & depression.
Katherine Phillips, MA
Resident in Counseling
Katherine Phillips earned her Masters degree in counseling from Regent University. She provides therapy for depression, anxiety, trauma, self-harm, relational struggles, panic attacks and eating disorders.
Counselors and doctors, in our Faith-Based Counseling Service, combine Biblical wisdom with psychological principles to help you overcome challenges.
Statement of Faith
Our Christian counselors believe that the Bible is the most important guide for spiritual life and personal behavior. We believe that traditional counseling methods are most helpful when applied in light of God’s word. We believe that integrating faith, medicine, and professional counseling offers the believer the most powerful tools for emotional and spiritual renewal.
Distinctly Christian Services
- Christian Marriage Counseling
- Faith & Family Therapy
- Confidential Counseling for Church Staff
- Integrated Spiritual and Psychological Support
- Resolving Issues of Faith and Medication Use
additional christian providers
Dr. Ben Crawford, DO
Dr. Benjamin Crawford is a board-certified psychiatrist with over 10 years experience treating adolescents and adults. He completed his medical school training at University of North Texas Health Science Center.
Nicole Ennis, PMHNP
psychiatric nurse practitioner
Nicole is licensed to serve as a Psychiatric Mental Health Practitioner in Virginia. Nicole’s experience includes 10 years of work at Valley Health – Winchester Medical Center and multiple mental health positions within outpatient and inpatient facilities.
Amanda George, LPC
licensed clinical social worker
Amanda is a licensed professional counselor at Riverside Counseling Center and a school counselor with Loudoun County Public Schools. She enjoys working with children, adults and families seeking help with anxiety.
Dr. Jacquelynn Hollman, Psy.D
Dr. Hollman is a child psychologist who specializes in psychotherapy for anxiety and depression in children and adolescents.
Danielle Sims, MA
resident in counseling
Danielle cares for children, adolescents and adults. She specializes in helping children and adolescents with academic and emotional challenges.
Dan Towery, LPC
Dan Towery is a licensed professional counselor, 28 years of pastoral experience, 7 years of inpatient residential treatment of adolescent trauma, sex offending behaviors, oppositional defiance, conduct disorder.
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9pm – 3pm
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Other Crisis Contacts:
Loudoun Mental Health Emergency: 703-777-0320 National Suicide Prevention Line