His Promise

"And the God of all grace who called you to His eternal glory in Christ, after you have suffered a little while, will Himself restore you and make you strong, firm and steadfast.”

1 Peter 5:10

Welcome to Crossed Hearts Counseling

Pursue change and overcome your struggles

Open the door to Hope and Healing.


Counseling involves a very personal process. One that first of all is about a relationship. A relationship that is safe, respectful and kind. Do you need a place where you can be honest without being judged? And can be who you are and still find acceptance? And what if you are not a Christian or struggle with your faith. Please know you are welcome here, you are respected and will be offered genuine care.


Things typically do not get better because time passes…they get better because of what you do with the time. Counseling is a process of identifying the real issues and finding ways to address them. It is about growth and out of growth often comes healing.


We offer you hope.

Hope builds when you identify the problem, get clear direction to move forward, receive encouragement.

Most problems can be dealt with when you are equipped to face them.


Staying the course with the counseling process will bring about change. we will work together to help you gain insight and offer tools that can make things better. Your sessions will equip you to make changes. Your part is to apply what you learn in session. We offer help to open your eyes… and your heart.

If you are seeking professional and experienced help with a Christian perspective, Crossed Hearts Counseling is the right choice. Integrating empirically-based interventions and modalities (such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) with sound biblical principals to provide the best care for those struggling to overcome challenges, resolve issues, accomplish goals and find peace.

Specializing in helping with:

  • Sex Addiction, Pornography Addiction, Infidelity
  • Marriages and Spouses Affected By Sex Addiction
  • Expressing Emotions and Feelings in Healthy Ways
  • Marriage Conflict and Communication
  • Life Transitions, Divorce Recovery, Loss of Relationships
  • Depression
  • Grief and Loss