Christian Counseling San Jose

Find Peace and Hope in Christ

  • Feeling hopeless, stuck, anxious?
  • Frustrated with yourself or a loved one?
  • Looking for a counselor who holds Biblical values?

You May Be :

  • Active in church but feel like you put on a mask; that no one really knows what you are going through inside
  • Afraid of gossip or others judging you if you told them your problems
  • Fearful that you are talking about the same things over and over again and turning people off

Counseling is a safe, confidential place for you to share whatever you are going through–without judgement.

God claims to be our healer, our provider, and our strength. Sometimes because we are stuck, we can’t see the healing and restoration that God has for us. Sometimes we need someone who can point us in His direction for healing and comfort.

A Christian counselor can do just that.

Issues I Treat in Counseling

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Panic Disorder
  • Spiritual Issues
  • Marital Issues
  • Pre-Marital Counseling
  • Post-Partum Depression & Anxiety
  • Life transitions
  • Workplace Issues
  • Drug and Alcohol Abuse
  • Social Phobia (afraid of meeting people, talking to others, shyness)

What makes me different from other Christian Counselors and Therapists?

I am passionate about Christian counseling. I am a former youth minister, ministering to over 100 youth and families–counseling, teaching, training. I am also a pastor’s wife and heavily involved in the church. Being a Christian is not just something I “do” on Sundays–it’s a part of my every day life, it’s something I love.

I meet people where they are at, and love them for who they are. I don’t see myself as someone who needs to change others–I believe that’s God’s job. My job is to love people and show them the path to wholeness and healing. I don’t push doctrine or religiosity. The gospel has enough power to change people in itself.

I have a vast experience in the “secular” world–with drug addicts, Veterans with PTSD,  and abuse victims, to stay-at-home moms, overachieving teens, and stressed out Google employees. I read the research (I have done research), I keep up to date with the literature, I attend conferences and make sure that my therapy is grounded in best practices.

Jesus said, “I have come that they may life, and have it more abundantly” (John 10:10). My hope is that you would be able to experience abundantly what God has in store for you.

Are you ready to take that step of faith and make a change in your life?

Next Steps:

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I’m here to help.

Lia Huynh, MS, LMFT