NEW Perspectives Christian Counseling, LLC
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(AVAILABILITY IS LIMITED AT THIS TIME, 08/09/21)
My name is Paul, the owner of NEW Perspectives Christian Counseling. If you are checking this page out, there is a good chance that you or a loved one is seeking some kind of healing. I am glad you are here.
When I started the process of establishing my own practice, I did so with the purpose of helping clients find a new perspective. Therapy, in many ways, is about adopting new perspectives or understandings of the issues that complicate life.
My professional journey has been quite enriching to this point. I spent my first 'big kid' job working on an in-patient adolescent mental health treatment unit. I then transitioned in to a long career in law enforcement. As you might imagine, this opened me up to many experiences. After this career, I worked in the public schools, working mostly in special education and tutoring youth experiencing homelessness. I also coached sports along the way. I then began my career as a therapist, and I love what I do!
I have worked with a wide variety of people. The list of mental health concerns I have encountered in my practice is quite diverse. I have worked with people struggling with drug, alcohol, and pornography addiction, people transitioning from prison to civilian life, people trying to avoid prison through treatment, couples, clergy, children as young as 3, divorce transitions, domestic violence offenders and survivors, child abuse and sexual assault survivors, among many others. Working with police, fire, corrections, and probation/parole professionals and their families has long been a passion of mine and is something I have been uniquely equipped to do. Below is a list of concerns I work extensively with in my practice:
Monday-Wednesday: 9am-2pm, 6pm-9pm
Thursday: Berlin only, 9am-9pm
Friday: Training Day
Location? I am easy to find. 529 Greene Avenue in Allouez is across the street from Zesty's Frozen Custard, a few blocks from Green Isle Park.