Therapy For a Crises of Faith
Therapy That Nurtures and Heals
Have you ever had your faith challenged by new information that you never heard at church before? It can be a difficult and isolating experience, leaving you feeling alone and lost. But you are not alone. In fact, according to Barna Research, 65% of religious people have experienced a crisis of faith at some point in their lives.
Despite this high number, faith crises are not often discussed openly. This is likely due to the fact that people struggle to talk about their most difficult struggles, such as miscarriages, affairs, and addictions, and may feel shame about their crisis of faith. However, it's important to remember that experiencing a crisis of faith is a normal and natural part of the religious journey.
If you are currently experiencing a crisis of faith, it's important to seek support and guidance to help you navigate this challenging time. This is where Carrie Coplen, a Licensed Professional Counselor, can help.
Carrie understands the unique challenges of a crisis of faith and has expertise in both Fowler's Stages of Faith and Kohlberg's Morality Theory. By working with Carrie, you can learn how to gracefully navigate through your crisis of faith and come out stronger on the other side.
Fowler's Stages of Faith is a theory that outlines the different stages of faith development, from simple, literal interpretations of religious teachings to complex, abstract understandings. Kohlberg's Morality Theory, on the other hand, focuses on the development of moral reasoning and decision-making.
By combining these theories, Carrie can help you understand the cognitive and emotional aspects of your crisis of faith, and provide you with the tools and support you need to navigate through it. This may involve exploring new perspectives and interpretations of religious teachings, working through feelings of doubt and uncertainty, and finding new ways to connect with your faith.
One of the challenges of a crisis of faith is feeling like you have no one to turn to. You may worry about how your family or community will react if you express your doubts or concerns. Carrie provides a safe and non-judgmental space where you can express your thoughts and feelings openly and without fear of rejection or condemnation.
In addition to individual counseling, Carrie also offers group counseling for those going through a crisis of faith. In these groups, you can connect with others who are experiencing similar challenges and gain insight and support from each other.
While a crisis of faith can be a difficult and painful experience, it can also be an opportunity for growth and transformation. By working with Carrie, you can learn how to embrace this challenge and emerge on the other side with a deeper and more meaningful relationship with your faith.
So if you are currently experiencing a crisis of faith, don't suffer alone. Reach out to Carrie today and take the first step towards healing and transformation.