Our Services

Gospel-Centered, Clinically-Informed

Ethical Care

Bridgehaven provides gospel-centered, clinically-informed, biblical counseling to individuals, couples, and families, both locally and globally. All of our counselors are expertly trained to combine the best of evidence-based, clinical approaches with the timeless truth and wisdom of Scripture. Every counselor receives on-going supervision and is equipped to ensure each client is served to the highest standards of clinical care and biblical ethics.

Particular Concerns

We treat every client as a unique image-bearer of God, with inherent dignity, worth, and value. As such, we address the unique dynamics of each situation by seeking to understand the client’s particular spiritual, mental, emotional, physical, and/or relational concerns. Some concerns we commonly address are: Spiritual growth, identity, life transitions, mood disorders, trauma, abuse, grief/loss, sexuality, substance/sexual addictions, intimacy, & conflict resolution.

Flexible Service

Bridgehaven offers both in-person & virtual appointments. Visit the Our Team page where you can filter each counselor by when and where they see clients, the type of clients they see, and the type of concerns they address. For more information about scheduling a first-time session, please visit our Request Care page for first-time clients. If you have additional questions about the services we offer, please contact our offices here.

Please note that Bridgehaven is not an emergency service. If you are currently in need of immediate care, please call 911 or text/call the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988.

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Additionally, when services involving minors are being sought, only individuals who have the full legal authority to consent to counseling on behalf of the minor child or children can complete the intake process. In joint-custody situations where decision-making authority is shared, all parents and/or legal guardians who share decision-making authority related to the minor(s) involved must provide written consent before any services can be scheduled. If you do not have the legal right and/or authority to consent to counseling on behalf of the minor child(ren) without first obtaining the consent of another parent and/or legal guardian, please obtain such consent before beginning the intake process.

Disclaimer

We work very hard to protect the confidentiality of everyone we serve. As such, we are unable to begin the intake process for any adult at anyone’s request but their own. For counseling involving other adults (i.e. marital or family counseling), please inform them of your request before submitting any request for counseling with us. Additionally, please inform them that they will be contacted by Bridgehaven Counseling Associates to ensure they consent to receiving intake documentation as a part of the intake process.

Additionally, when services involving minors are being sought, only individuals who have the full legal authority to consent to counseling on behalf of the minor child or children can complete the intake process. In joint-custody situations where decision-making authority is shared, all parents and/or legal guardians who share decision-making authority related to the minor(s) involved must provide written consent before any services can be scheduled. If you do not have the legal right and/or authority to consent to counseling on behalf of the minor child(ren) without first obtaining the consent of another parent and/or legal guardian, please obtain such consent before beginning the intake process.