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Welcome to Breaking The Links Ministry

Yes we are currently taking new clients.


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   I created Breaking the Links ministry to counteract the trend in the mental health field of treating diagnoses rather than individuals. Rather than focusing on categorizing an individual's symptoms to generalize their experience, my job as a Chaplain and counselor is to listen to the reason clients come to me. 

  My approach to treatment is to treat first the thoughts and behaviors that the client is concerned about and initially wishes to conquer. The phrase "Break the Chains", which is commonly used in discussions about mental health, speaks to the analogy that healing from trauma sets a person free. 

   My mission is to help clients break the chains of trauma and mental illness, one link at a time. Together, we can break each link in the chain until the chain is no longer in place.

      


It Takes Courage To Seek Help

     Have you been considered therapy? But you seem to  keep putting it off. Or maybe this is the first time you’ve faced a crisis or stress. 

  Either way, you don’t have to go at by yourself. How can I help you? I’m an expert in helping people feel better. Whether you’re dealing with depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, relationship issues, or feeling empty inside – I am here to help you start making changes in your life. By simply taking the time to make an appointment, so you can to feel relief. Over time, therapy can help you:

  • Find Peace: Overcome feelings of depression and anxiety, and experience greater happiness.
  • Discover Direction: Identify your personal sense of meaning and purpose.
  • Build Meaningful Relationships: Create more rewarding relationships and examine unrewarding ones.
  • Gain Confidence: Believe in your abilities. Regain faith in yourself and others.
  • Get Unstuck: Navigate old, unhealthy patterns or the feeling of being stuck.

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Donations received go to help people with bills, rent etc. 

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