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This seminar is part of a series of “Creating a Gospel-Centered Marriage” seminars that also includes:

Other Resources:

Marriage Curriculum

15 Gospel-Centered Evaluation Tools

Comprehensive Gospel-Centered Marriage Pre-marital Mentoring Program

False Love: Overcoming Sexual Sin from Pornography to Adultery “False Love” contains three hours of presentation divided into a nine step model of overcoming sexual sin. Sexual sin is examined from private lust to adultery in marriage.

True Betrayal: Overcoming the Betrayal of Your Spouse’s Sexual Sin “True Betrayal” contains three hours of presentation divided into a nine step model of responding to the suffering created by a spouse’s sexual sin. Practical guidance is provided for this difficult and often isolating journey.




My Favorite Posts on Anxiety by Brad Hambrick

My Favorite Resources on Depression by Brad Hambrick






Click this link for resources and videos from the presentation of “Post-Traumatic Stress.



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Taking the Journey of Grief with Hope: This seminar contains three hours of presentation divided into a nine step model of facing the suffering of a major loss. This seminar is meant to help you process the death of a loved one, miscarriage, or losses not often associated with grief (health, job, stability, or a dream).



Overcoming Anger: “Overcoming Anger” contains three hours of presentation divided into a nine step model of overcoming sinful anger. Tools and assessments are provided to help you identity the heart of your anger struggle.






Finding Your Confidence, Identity, and Security in Christ: What if I don’t like myself? What if I am dominated by the thoughts that others are better than I am? What if I just don’t feel like I know who I am or what I have to contribute? What if I compare myself to every person in the room and always think I come up short? If you find yourself asking these kinds of questions, then this seminar is for you. This seminar provides a foundation for a satisfying sense of confidence, identity, security, purpose, and wisdom rooted in something more stable than positive thinking-the created design and unending love of Christ.



Click this link for resources and videos from the presentation of “Gaining a Healthy Relationship with Food.



NOTE: Many people have asked how they can get a copy of the seminar notebook referenced in this verbal presentation. Summit members can pick up a copy of the notebook in the church office. For those outside the Summit family, you can request a copy from Summit’s admin over counseling at (please note this is an administrative account; no individual or family counsel is provided through e-mail).

Articles from Neale Davis



Neale Davis, M.A.

Executive Director – Brier Creek Office

Neale, a graduate of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, holds a Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling. Neale served with Campus Crusade for Christ 28 years before coming to Bridgehaven. He loves people and helping them walk through their difficulties. His goal is to help each person that comes through the doors of Bridgehaven to think biblically about their situation. He specializes in marriage, pre-marriage, men’s issues, depression, same sex attraction, parenting, addictions, stress and counseling for pastors. He is from North Carolina and is married to an amazing woman named Bonnie. They have three older children and live in Cary.




Articles from Omar King



Omar King, M.Div.

Pastoral Counselor –Brier Creek Office

Omar is a native of Queens, NY and relocated to Raleigh, NC as a teenager where his home has been since. In 1999 he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with a minor in Biology from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and his Master’s of Divinity with Biblical Counseling degree from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, in Wake Forest NC. In 2001, he received a Level 1 Certification as a Clinical Pastoral Educator through Duke University and Rex Health Care. Omar served as a Special Programs teacher at Mary Phillips Alternative High School in Southeast Raleigh for 3 years and 6 years as full-time certified personal fitness trainer at O2 Fitness Club in North Raleigh. He has a growing interest and passion in areas of marriage, pre-marriage, dating, depression, anger, anxiety, addiction, men’s issues, and identity and security. He is a health and fitness aficionado. Omar and his wife LaToya of 6 years live in Wake Forest, NC.




Articles from Kathy King



  • Kathy King, M.A., M.Div.

    Pastoral Counselor – Brier Creek Office

    Kathy King is originally from Oxford, Mississippi, home of the Ole Miss Rebels, and authors such as William Faulkner and John Grisham. She graduated from the University of Mississippi in 2001 with Bachelor’s Degrees in Spanish, Psychology, and Social Work. From 2002-2004, Kathy lived in Madrid, Spain, as a Journeyman Missionary. When returning to the States, she served as a teacher and tutor of Spanish and English as a Second Language to both children and adults. She has also worked with International World Changers as Ministry Coordinator for the past eight years. In 2012, Kathy graduated from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary with a Master of Divinity in Christian Ministries and Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling. She has a heart for other cultures and bringing God’s truth to those who are hurting. Her counseling areas include, but are not limited to, depression, anxiety, cultural adjustment, identity, and contentment-related issues. She enjoys photography, running, and traveling.





Articles from Lauren Turner


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Lauren Turner, M.A.

Pastoral Counselor – Brier Creek Office

Lauren Turner, a native of southern California, graduated from Biola University in 2006 and worked in Residence Life for 6 years before moving to Durham in 2011. She received a Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest. Lauren is passionate about caring for people well while connecting them to biblical truth in the counseling setting. She specializes in marriage, pre-marriage, identity, anxiety, anger, stress and contentment-related issues. She enjoys working in college ministry alongside her husband and raising their 2 young children. In her free time she loves reading, writing, music, travel and sports.


Keith Clement



bridgehaven-keithKeith Clement, M.Ed.

Executive Director – Downtown Raleigh Office

Keith graduated from The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and received his graduate counseling training at Georgia State University and the Psychological Studies Institute in Atlanta, GA, The Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation, Philadelphia, PA., and the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society, New York, NY. Keith served in counseling ministries in Atlanta and was a founding counselor of Redeemer Counseling Services in New York before returning to his native state of North Carolina and joining the Bridgehaven team. Keith’s passion is to see people set free and transformed by the renewing of their minds through the gospel of grace and the power of God’s love. He enjoys helping people discover the good God is working in all of life’s problems and circumstances. Areas of particular interest include self-image and identity issues, issues specific to men and masculinity, relational conflicts, problems with intimacy, single’s issues, and depression and anxiety. Keith is committed to a wholistic view of mental health that address the mind, body, and spirit, incorporating the truths of Scripture, methods of counseling, and referral to medical specialists as needed.

Other than counseling, Keith has served as a Deacon in his church, was on staff with Campus Crusade for Christ (CRU), did discipling ministry with World Harvest Missions, and has been involved in mission work in Mexico, Ireland, and Rwanda. When not counseling, Keith enjoys working on his farm in Granville County, NC and hosting retreats and other events on his farm. He loves to travel, read, and garden.

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      Beverly Headen

      Beverly Headen, M.A.

      Pastoral Counselor – Downtown Raleigh Office Office

      Beverly Headen is a North Carolina native and a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro where she earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration with a minor in Economics and English Literature. Following a career in the private sector where she worked in Human Resource Management and Executive Coaching, Beverly earned Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, NC. She also earned a Certificate from the Global Trauma Recovery Institute in understanding trauma, grief and abuse cross-culturally. Beverly interned in the Clinical Pastoral Education Program at Wake Medical Center in Raleigh, NC working with such issues as grief and loss care. She gained experience counseling depression, anxiety, family systems, adoption, addictive behaviors and sexual abuse through her work with teens in crisis and their families across the United States. Beverly has a heart for encouragement and believes in the power of God to change a life. Beverly is single, and loves living in close proximity to extended family and good friends. Beverly enjoys learning, exotic travel, the everyday beauty found in nature, journaling, and farm to table cooking.


    Articles from Dottie Hilliard


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    Dottie Hillard, M.A.

    Pastoral Counselor – Downtown Raleigh Office Office

    Dottie grew up in Raleigh and is a graduate of North Carolina State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work. She married and had two daughters whom she homeschooled for eight years. She was employed as a substitute teacher for four years until her daughters graduated from high school. After becoming an empty nester, Dottie studied at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary where she received her Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling. She served as a facilitator for a support group of women whose husbands had been unfaithful. After a year in that role, Dottie became part of the Graduate Counseling program at The Summit Church where she served three years. She has experience in areas of marriage and divorce issues, anxiety and depression, unhealthy eating struggles, and grief. Dottie and her husband Doug enjoy serving at the Summit Cary campus together and spending time with their two daughters and sons-in law.