Often people are hesitant to begin the counseling for a number of reasons.
-My problems aren't really that big of a deal
-If I start working on this problem I may discover other issues. I'm not a crazy person
-People will look down on me
-I'm strong enough to handle it on my own
-I don't have time to go to counseling
-My problems are unique and no one else can relate to them
-It sounds like more work than I feel I can commit to right now
The Road to Healing Begins Here
Most of the reasons that people have for not beginning their counseling have to do with their immediate, here-and-now, circumstances. Sadly not addressing the issues that you deal with in the here and now has a way of making life more difficult as the days, months and years go by. There is no shame in going to counseling. Even if you believe you are emotionally healthy, another person's objective perspective can help improve the way you feel about life and your relationships.
I Specialize In:
- Couples Therapy
- Family Therapy
Read more about my specialties.
Compassionate & Professional
I care about you, your family, and your story. You can trust that I will treat you with respect, dignity and compassion in every interaction, while maintaining the highest standards for integrity and ethics.
Josh Kellar Counseling, PLLC
I graduated from Harding University in Searcy, AR in 2003 with a BA in Preaching. While there, I met my wife Krista and we married in 2002. In 2004 I began my graduate work at Abilene Christian University in Abilene, TX where I graduated in 2006 with a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy and in 2008 with a Master of Arts in Christian Ministry.