We are licensed mental health clinicians who believe that faith in Christ is central to our faith, health, and wholeness. Because we believe that God’s Word is true and relevant to contemporary life, we provide counseling which emphasizes the use and superiority of God's Word as well as evidence-based psychological research and methods in communication, recovery, and healing (not theories) that do not conflict with its teachings.
The Marriage and Family Enrichment Centers offers counseling to individuals, families, and marriages throughout the lifespan, offering treatment for issues such as:
- Mood Disorders, such as Depression, Anxiety, Adjustment Issues, or Bipolar Disorder
- Situational Stresses, such as Grief and Loss, Vocational issues, Burnout, Chronic illness, Anger control, or Crisis of faith
- Relationship Issues such as Marriage Counseling, Premarital Counseling, Separation and Divorce, Affair Recovery, Codependency, Remarriage and Blended Family issues,
- Family-of-origin issues, or Adoption
- Parenting Issues, such as Oppositional and/or disruptive behaviors, Aggressive behaviors, Separation fears, or Sibling rivalry
- Issues about Sexuality, including confusion or conflicts over orientation, attraction, sexual abuse, sexual addiction, or gender identity issues.
If you are struggling with an issue not listed, please contact us for further information.
Dan Wilemon, LCMHC, LCAS serves as the Director of the Marriage and Family Enrichment Center. Dan provides individual, marital, and family therapy for both adults and children, and teaches marriage and family courses through Western Avenue Baptist Church’s Equipping University.
Gladys Lowry, MA, NCC, LCMHC CCMC is a Licensed Professional Counselor on staff with the Marriage and Family Enrichment Center. Her responsibilities include providing individual, marital, and family psychotherapy.
There are many common myths that hinder individuals from getting the help they desire. Listed below are several myths that you may have heard:
If you still have questions after reading the information on this page, please contact Dan Wilemon.
Are there other resources available to help me with my problems?
Yes, there are many additional resources available to help you deal with life’s stresses. You’ll find helpful resources within our own community, as well as on a state and national level.
Check out the following websites for further information: