- Engaged and Married Couples
- Individual Counseling
- Teens and College Students
- Trauma and Abuse Recovery
Engaged and Married Couples
Marriage is meant to be our most fulfilling human connection and all marriages have areas of growth that can cause friction in the relationship. Southlake Christian Counseling equips couples with real solutions that can make significant positive differences in the way spouses relate to one another. Counseling is an excellent resource to get new ideas to resolve the issues that are repeatedly showing up in the interactions between spouses.
Engaged couples are able to utilize the highly effective pre-marriage tool called Prepare-Enrich. The reports provided from the online assessment are used within the counseling session to help the soon-to-be bride and groom get off on the right foot in many areas where conflict is common in marriage.
Life moves at a fast pace and there are a variety of decisions that must be made every day. Many clients of SCC share they enjoy attending counseling because it provides them with a comfortable environment where they can sort through past experiences and the current life choices they face. SCC therapists work with individual clients regarding a variety of issues and decisions. Some include: relationship & family concerns, anxiety/depression, career path choices, life transitions and the list goes on.
Teens and College Students
The truth is that young adults face many challenges in their daily lives. Teens and college students are typically unprepared for the numerous pressures they encounter. Southlake Christian Counseling therapists are able to develop solutions that can help guide young adults to overcome the obstacles they are facing. Learning the skills needed to live a balanced life is an investment in a teen’s future success.
The therapists of SCC have training and experience working with peer relationship issues, depression, anxiety, academic stress, college preparation, and a variety of other areas related to teen life. Southlake Christian Counseling therapists believe that rapport between the therapist and young adult is vital to the overall success of counseling and we strive to create a therapeutic environment that is youth friendly.
Trauma and Abuse Recovery
Within every community, toxic people can be found hiding in families, couples, companies, and places of worship. The cryptic nature of psychological abuse involves repetitious mind games played by one individual or a group of people. Psychological abuse leaves no bruises. There are no broken bones. There are no holes in the walls. The bruises, brokenness, and holes are held tightly within the target of the abuse.
For survivors of this type of abuse, it is vitally important that they work with a trauma-informed therapist who understands all the dynamics that occur when someone has been emotionally and psychologically abused.
SCC Owner and Lead Therapist, Shannon Thomas LCSW-S, is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP), international best-selling author and media content expert on the subjects of trauma and abuse recovery (www.shannonthomas.com/press).