Senior Peer Counseling

Senior Peer Counselors are seniors who have been trained to support other seniors who are experiencing challenging circumstances in their life. Senior Peer counselors are supervised by a mental health professional and are required to attend ongoing training. They must have a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ and a strong desire to support and help others in learning how to cope with life’s issues.

If you are a senior experiencing any of the following challenges, Senior Peer Counseling may be exactly what you’re looking for:

  •  Depression                                                                                   
  •  Diminishing Income
  •  Loneliness
  •  Health Issues
  •  Caregiver Stress
  •  Memory Issues
  •  Moving/Relocation
  •  Loss of Independence
  •  Divorce/Separation
  •  Family Relationships
  •  Coping with Adult Children
  •  Addictions
  •  End of Life Issues
  •  Loss of a Loved One
  •  Grief/Loss Issues
  •  Dealing with Growing Older

There is no charge for Senior Peer Counseling and all counseling is confidential. Counselors are matched according to gender (Female Peer Counselors with women and Male Peer Counselors with men).

“So that when others are troubled, needing our sympathy and encouragement, we can pass on to them this same help and comfort God has given us.” 2 Corinthians 1:3-7 (New Living Translation) 

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