Counseling Services

Counseling Services


Barbara Ann Scott earned her Master of Arts in Christian Counseling from Maranatha Christian University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Stetson University. For almost twenty years her career has revolved around assessing core issues and implementing effective treatment plans and solutions for severely traumatized mental health clients. Barbara has five thriving young adult children, whom she raised as a stay-at -home mother for the first 12 years and as a single full- time working mother for the last 15 years. Barbara knows the joys and tribulations of life personally and professionally; through the eyes of her clients. She has witnessed the indestructible life of Christ transform her life, her children’s lives and the lives of her clients. She is called and equipped to counsel and coach others through anxiety, depression and fear to a life of peace, freedom, strength and deep joy found through a personal relationship with Christ and knowledge of His word.

Christian Counseling is profoundly different from Mental Health Counseling. Christian counseling provide psychological support and counseling services to clients, combining theology and spirituality with theories of modern behavioral science. Patients who seek christian counseling counseling are looking for a counselor who understands the importance of their spiritual beliefs.  Christian Counseling applies scripture and prayer; while processing through the crisis of the day or the deep wounds of the past. It explores Jesus’ rich teachings to invest our lives to worship God and love others and ourselves well. The Bible teaches us everyone is born with a desire and an emptiness only God can fill, so I am confident I am not alone regarding these torturous thoughts on the journey to connect with God.

Mark 12:28-31

“Of all the commandments, which is the most important?” “The most important one,” answered Jesus, “is this: Love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment greater than these.”

Counseling-Individuals, Couples & Family

Coaching- Assisting with implementing the plan for applying the scriptures to circumstances.

Community- Group counseling and support.