What We Do
Men's and Women's groups
For you or your loved one in crisis
What does Heartfelt do? Some counseling movements feel they have the corner on biblical counseling. Unfortunately, some who call their methods biblical are missing the biological aspects of mental illness. Human beings are not robotic engines who have simple needs and simplistic cures. As we live our God-ordained lives, we encounter trials, sickness and pain. We don't believe in a 'one size fits all" approach. Heartfelt believes in a robust assessment of those who need biblical and clinical help. The help we offer identifies problems, hurts and needs of the person counseled and provides him or her with ways to cope with mental illness, relationship problems or various trauma. At times we will link individuals to a psychiatrist who are experts at treating mental illnesses with the right kind of medicine to help the brain chemistry of those who are suffering.
Borderline Personality Disorder
Abuse (sexual, physical, emotional)
Loss, grief & bereavement
UPCOMING SEMINAR IN HOUSTON, TEXAS SEPT 6 AND 7, 2019
HOW TO REGISTER FOR SEMINAR:
GO TO DONATE BUTTON, ENTER $45 FOR FRIDAY MODULE,
$60 FOR SATURDAY
$95 FOR BOTH DATES. QUESTIONS? CALL 561.303.9316 OR 561.909.9109
GROUP RATES FOR 10 OR MORE, COLLEGE AND MILITARY DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE
GROUP RATE: 10 OR MORE SATURDAY MODULE $40.00 EACH
COLLEGE/MILITARY INDIVIDUAL: SATURDAY MODULE $45 EACH
SEMINAR WILL BE HELD AT TALLOWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH 555 TALLOWOOD RD HOUSTON TX 77024
Steve and Robyn do seminars for clients, family members and friends of those suffering with mental illness. At Heartfelt Counseling Ministries, we understand that mental health issues are FAMILY issues.
Friday, September 6, 2019 3:30-6:30 pm for Pastors, "Please! Help Me Help Them!" The cost is $45.00 and includes a copy of The Pastoral Handbook. Pastors' wives are invited as our guest and may attend free of charge. Steve and Robyn will be leading their very popular seminar called "Whispers in the Foyer...an honest look at the Christian and Mental Illness," this coming September for the first time in Houston, Texas. They have also added a new module for Pastors called "Please! Help Me Help Them!" This pastoral seminar will be utilizing much of the information and the resources Steve developed for his latest book, published by Kregel Publishers in 2018. It is called, The Pastoral Handbook of Mental illness, A Guide for Training and Reference.
Each attendee will receive a copy of this valuable resource as part of the Friday seminar.
Saturday, September 7, 2019 is the second module called, "Why is Daddy Crying?" It runs from 9:00 am -4:00 pm, there will be a break for lunch and plenty of time for fellowship and the community that those of us acquainted with mental health issues know we really need. The price for all day Saturday is only $60.00 and fifteen minutes with a therapist would be more than that. You will not be disappointed.
They also do a seminar on loss called, "Shaken to Pieces-Surviving the Death of a Child."
Contact us with any questions or details about their conferences or for booking a conference in a city near you.
Crisis stabilization of those suffering with those who are experiencing mental health issues including risk assessment of harm to themselves or others and failure to care for basic needs. If needed we will provide linkage to a psychiatrist.
Grief Counseling includes helping those with PTSD and those who are dealing with loss and/or grief issues.
CAMI Support Groups Robyn and Steve have written material which tells interested people how to start a support group for those with mental illness in their church or ministry. Included is a six week support group study with discussion questions. Please visit the resources page to learn more about these amazing support groups.
DBT Therapy Steve is a certified DBT therapist and received intensive training from Dr. Marsha Linehan at the University of Washington. He has had a great deal of success doing personal therapy with those who have Borderline Personality Disorder and leading DBT groups. He substitutes some of the Buddhist principles which are inherent in DBT with Christian principles of biblical meditation and contemplation.
Blog Steve's blog, has had over 100,000 hits from over 75 countries across the world. It deals with mental illness and relating it to biblical truth, bereavement issues, and the persecuted church.