At Young & Brovet, we are committed to clinical practice that is theologically and psychologically integrated. As such, therapy is viewed as a dynamic relational process out of which change can occur. It is our vision that the work of the therapist not begin and end in the therapy room, but that it involve working with the Christian community to create a larger and more effective context of healing for the person(s) in need.

Traditionally, psychotherapeutic practices have been a place where churches refer congregants in the greatest emotional pain, but even people who function well experience guilt and pain which cause them to hide from God’s love. Growth toward maturity and personal responsibility involves understanding the complex nature of anxiety, accepting oneself and one’s history, and receiving God’s love through others.