Christian Counseling in Pittsburgh, PA
We're glad you found us! Our counseling team welcomes you and invites you to learn more about Meier Clinics and the services available at the Pittsburgh clinic through our team of Christian counselors.
The first Meier Clinics was opened in 1976 in Richardson, Texas, by Dr. Paul Meier and his sister, Mrs. Nancy Brown. As word spread of the tremendous success patients were having as a result of the revolutionary treatment they were receiving from expertly trained Christian doctors, psychologists, counselors, and staff, the Clinics eventually spread coast to coast. All of our clinical staff are dedicated to providing Christian counseling in a safe environment. Our approach treats the whole person - emotionally, physically and spiritually. Working together, lives are being restored daily. Thousands of individuals, couples, and families are now enjoying a more productive, fulfilling, and joyful life. Give us a call today and find out why we have a reputation as "one of the most trusted names in Christian counseling."
Typically meeting once per week one-on-one with a therapist, outpatient counseling is specifically geared toward helping individuals, couples, and families address the concerns and hurt that are affecting them emotionally, relationally, physically and spiritually. Our licensed professionals help individuals and families deal effectively with issues and move forward in life through the development of individualized treatment plans. Time and time again, clients find the restoration they are seeking through the Biblically and psychologically sound use of action plans, improved methods of communication, boundary setting skills, and solutions to mending damaged relationships. The results are seen in improved self-images, the courage to stop destructive behaviors, the ability to give and receive forgiveness, new insights into their Christian spirituality and much, much more. We encourage you to check and see if you can get reimbursement for our services through your healthcare insurance plan. We are preferred providers for most of the Highmark BlueCross/Blue Shield products and clients with other plans may be able to access our services through out-of-network plan benefits.
We hope that you will give us a call so we can come alongside you to help you through whatever hurdles of life you are currently dealing with. To schedule an appointment at the Pittsburgh clinic, call us at 412-531-9600. You'll be glad you did!
We are currently forming a therapeutic support group for survivors of clergy abuse. The professionals leading this group are licensed counselors and have experience in facilitating group therapy, as well as the treatment of sexual trauma. We will meet with each participant individually prior to entry into the group to provide time and space to become familiar with the facilitators, the benefits of group work and to address any anxiety or concerns about entering into this new experience. We offer a safe, warm, caring and non-judgmental environment where those hurt by clergy or representatives of the Catholic Church can come for therapy, an opportunity to be heard, and to be able to interact with other survivors for a more complete recovery. Our intention is to not only provide support, but also a means to empower trauma victims to move beyond their circumstances to a life of continued growth, hope, connection, belonging and knowledge that they are no longer victims but survivors.
For more information, please contact JoAnne Crough, LPC or Kathy Neill, LPC at 412-531-9600/Option #4.
Speaking and Teaching
Our therapists are available to speak to local groups. Whether it's a business, church, school, small group, youth group or class, we would love to talk to you about what your group needs. Our therapists have topics they regularly present such as Building Bridges in Families, Overcoming Obstacles to Divorce Recovery, and Moving Out of Depression. We're also happy to tailor make a presentation to meet your current needs. Please contact JoAnne Crough at 412-531-9600 if you would like to discuss possible topics and dates of availability.
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Support for our Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania clinic was provided by The Mamie Holman Ligon Memorial Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation.
In 2016, the Foundation and its Supporting Organizations awarded $44.6 million in grants to a vast array of nonprofit organizations, students through scholarships, and medical researchers, based on donor interests and specific purposes of individual funds.
Since 1945, The Pittsburgh Foundation has been connecting its generous donors with the critical needs of our community. Donors who have established funds through the Foundation can support virtually any area of charitable interest in Pittsburgh, or anywhere in the United States. Because the Foundation is a public charity, donors benefit from significant tax advantages.
Endowment funds held by the Foundation range from $10,000 to $40 million, created by individuals and organizations with a passion for Pittsburgh and a deep commitment to their community. More than 2,000 individuals, families and organizations have established funds at The Pittsburgh Foundation, which exists in perpetuity- growing each year — to provide an ever — increasing resource to benefit the community.