MIKE CLARK, L.M.F.T., D. Min
(Meets at Valley View Church)
8911 Third Street Road
Louisville, KY 40272
DR. RAY HAYES
(Maple Grove Baptist Church)
5911 E Manslick Rd
Louisville, KY 40219
(502) 964-0808 or (502) 245-7444
Services Provided: Christian-based counseling, Individual, Marriage and family, adolescents.
REV. STEVEN MCKELVY
(Ormsby Heights Baptist Church)
2120 Lower Hunter Trace Rd
Louisville, KY 40216
Services Provided: Counseling from a Christian world view to persons of all ages, with an emphasis on individual, marital, and family counseling. Pre-Marital Counseling, Marital Conflict, Marriage Enrichment, Divorce Recovery, Parenting Concerns, Sexual Identity, Spiritual Concerns, Depression, Grief & Loss.
MARRETT COUNSELING SERVICE
8911 Greeneway Commons Place
Louisville, KY 40220
William Marrett(502) 376-0129
Licenses Professional Counselor Associate
Marriage and Family Therapy Associate
Office hours are flexible and fees are negotiable according to a sliding scale. Additional office with limited hours located in North Bullitt County at Little Flock Baptist Church on Preston Hwy.
Services Provided: Christ-centered counseling for individuals, couples, and families; emotional problems related to depression and anxiety, personality issues, relationship issues and conflict, life-stage and transitional difficulties, spiritual growth concerns, marital counseling, pre-marital counseling.
Provide training and supervision for congregational lay-counseling ministry.
ST. MATTHEWS PASTORAL COUNSELING CENTER
(Located inside St. Matthews Baptist Church - Use Macon Avenue entrance)
3515 Grandview Avenue
Louisville, KY 40207
502-893-9831 or 502-814-4444
Office Hours are 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. (Monday-Friday)
Services provided: Individual, Marriage, Family, Group, Specialized Care for Children and Teens, Premarital, Spiritual Direction, Divorce Recovery, Anger and Anxiety, Depression
The goal of the St. Matthews Pastoral Counseling Center is to offer Christ-centered counseling, consultation, and education to those who seek it.
Life in our day is often filled with grief and pain, anguish and trouble, together with a great variety of scarred and broken covenants and relationships. Yet sometimes, even the noise of the world around us is overwhelmed by the raging storm within.
In these times, haunting memories of the past, the agonies of the present, and the fear of the unknown future drown out the still, small voice of God. The power and strength which still remain in us are paralyzed.
One of the primary biblical models guiding the work of the counseling staff is the New Testament image of compassion for all persons (Mark 6:34). For those whose personal lives, relationships, or covenants would benefit from a conversation with a competent pastoral person, the counselors of the St. Matthews Pastoral Counseling Center are here to guide them on a journey of changes, growth, and transformation in the context of Christian faith.