Spirituality is generally broader than any one religion, as it includes moral and philosophic areas of thought as well as aspects of emotion and behavior. There is no single definition of spirituality and for some, spirituality refers to the beliefs associated with one’s religion. Exploring what spirituality means to you can help you better function, become a more balanced person, and help you feel more connected to yourself, others and the environment.

Local Experts in Spirituality

Todd Thillman

Individual Therapy, Couples Therapy

Spiritual growth has been a personal focus of mine since I was a teenager and has always played a significant role in my life. I spent 11 years in hospice supporting other people's spiritual beliefs and helping them with meaning-making. My current degree is in Mindfulness-based Transpersonal Counseling, which brings together spirituality and psychology.

Rebecca Frank

Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Family Therapy, Group Therapy, Individual Therapy

Seeing each individual as a whole in mind, body and spirit is so important. I believe it is important for each person to be seen as a whole. I was trained to integrate faith into counseling and love to be able to help people connect with their spiritual path while walking down their healing path.

Mia Svoboda

Individual Therapy, Group Therapy

Walking the path of Spirit in human form requires daring and grit. If you are going through initiatory experiences, I am a mentor for those seeking to meet the trials of spirit and soul with greater ease. The power that is possible is remembering your authentic self as love, joy and peace - releasing what no longer serves and fully stepping into your magic - your gifts, expression and purpose.

Carolyn Duhn

Individual Therapy

I enjoy working with individuals of all faiths, but my specific background, education and passion is with working with Christians. Your spirituality can be such a powerful part of the healing journey, let's integrate it! Alternatively, it can also be a sore spot, holding you back in different ways. It is helpful to navigate difficult territory with a skilled companion on the spiritual journey.

Margaret Bell

Couples Therapy, Individual Therapy

Feel lost, confused, embarrassed, shame and guilt when it comes to spirituality? Know that you want a deeper connection with the universe but you are not sure where to start? Been on a spiritual journey but need a place to process and integrate? Together we explore your beliefs, practices and create meaningful rituals that support your spiritual journey. This is a sacred place for exploration and

Amy King

Individual Therapy, Adolescent/Teen Therapy

Grace Counseling is a collective of Christian counselors. Clients have the option of incorporating as much or as little of their spiritual beliefs into therapy as they would like.

Joanna Ford

Individual Therapy

Spirituality is a very personal matter. It can be discussed and practiced during therapy sessions. If a spiritual practice resonates with a client, they may be asked to practice it outside of the session. Being in nature. being with community, meditation, prayer, song, walking, kindness, attending a service or a yoga class may be what it means to some.

Adam Richardson

Individual Therapy, Adolescent/Teen Therapy

Spirituality is about experiencing our connection with ourselves, our community, and with the universe. This occurs in different ways for different people, and my role is to help you to more fully explore and make meaning around the spiritual connection that you experience and to help to remove blocks to finding your sense of purpose and fulfillment.

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