Principles of Counseling
Center for Emotional Healing
As a clinical organization, The Center for Emotional Health values and practices a biblical worldview. Simply meaning, we consider the bible as the inspired word of God and its teaching as guidelines in our personal lives, as well as in our provision of care. However, we do not dogmatically apply these principles, nor do we teach these principles explicitly without the client’s knowledge or agreement.
Our clinical team consists of licensed and provisionally licensed counselors, as well as student interns, who have an interest in growing personally and professionally, desiring to articulate their own treatment philosophy while upholding a standard of care consistent with organizational policies and mission.
Our clinical team respects the rights and individuality of every client. Following the biblical principle to “love our neighbors as ourselves” and upholding the Hippocratic Oath “First, do no harm,” is our foremost objective in the context of the therapeutic relationship.
Our clinical team recognizes clients are more than a case number, a diagnosis, or a cluster of symptoms. Clients are human beings with his or her own unique needs, challenges, and life circumstances. We understand that human beings are a composite of mind, body, spirit, and relationships. We investigate each of these life domains to deepen our understanding of the client’s needs and increase our efficacy in targeting and achieving treatment goals.
Issues that we commonly treat
Some of the issues we see most often are:
- Relational Distress
- Marital Conflict
- Sexual Addiction
- Substance Addiction
- Attachment Disorders
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630 Richland Ave
Baton Rouge, LA, 70806
Mon – Fri: 8:30 am – 7:00 pm
Weekends: Available by Counselor Discretion Only