COUNSELLING SERVICES


Introduction

Sharon Boyce has joined the Gracepoint team in order to complete her internship in Counselling Psychology.  Her role is to support and augment the counselling services offered by the pastoral care ministry in order to help people to heal, grow and flourish, live with purpose and meaning. Pastoral counselling is offered by lay counselors who are trained and supervised by clinical and counselling psychologists on an ongoing basis. Learn more about the available services below and feel free to contact: counselling@gracepoint.co.za to book for a session or to find out more.

Counselling is a free service, except for couples counselling that involves the Preparation and Enrichment process of assessment and counselling.  Clients are asked to make a voluntary donation to Gracepoint Church counselling department via EFT or Cash.  There is no obligation and it is entirely at the individual’s discretion as to the amount.

Individual Counselling services
  1. Depression
  2. Anxiety
  3. Relationship difficulties
  4. Trauma
  5. Grief
  6. Divorce
  7. Stress
  8. Personal growth and development
  9. Positive parenting
Adolescents and Children Counselling services
  1. Emotional difficulties
  2. Substance use and abuse
  3. Anti-bullying
  4. Peer pressure and relationship difficulties
  5. Resilience building life skills
  6. Career counselling and assessment
Therapeutic Services
  1. Individual therapy
  2. Couples therapy
  3. Family therapy
  4. Play therapy
  5. Horse assisted psychotherapy and counselling (Eagala model)
  6. Talks on various topics promoting mental health & psychological well-being
Support Groups
  1. Addictions recovery
  2. GriefShare
  3. Divorce recovery
  4. Preparation for marriage
  5. Marriage enrichment
  6. Support group for care givers and family members of people with mental illness