The Well Counseling Center offers affordable and professional counseling from a Christian worldview in the Fresno/Clovis area. Benefits from counseling may include a marked improvement in your overall quality of life, practical solutions to everyday concerns, resolved conflict between you and others, understanding past experiences and how they impact you today, and gaining a new perspective on life events. Counseling will take some work on your part, but most people get as much out of it as they put in.
Krystal is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who graduated from Fresno Pacific Biblical Seminary, receiving her Masters degree in Marriage Family Child Counseling. Krystal has experience in a variety of settings including outpatient treatment, residential treatment and community mental health agencies. She has provided mental health services to families for over a decade. She is married, and a mother to 3 children.
She specializes in the treatment of individuals, couples, marital and premarital through specialized training in trauma, addictions, and relationship enhancement. Her therapeutic approach integrates psychology and theology, utilizing Scripture to heal clients and glorify Jesus through an attachment based model focusing on understanding the inner self, in an effort to strengthen relational patterns.
She feels it is a privilege to work alongside her clients as they explore their journey to living the life they desire. Her goal is to help clients become their best selves even through tough circumstances.
Rebecca is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who received her training at Fresno Pacific University Biblical Seminary. Her experience includes over 15 years working with children as a Certified Child Life Specialist and Children's Ministry Director before becoming a therapist. She specializes in helping children build coping skills, process grief, understand their emotions and develop positive self-esteem, while assisting parents to help them be successful with their children.
Rebecca also has a heart for those experiencing grief, stress and loss, specifically in the areas of infertility, miscarriage and career stress. She strives for her practice to be a safe place where clients can experience peace (Philippians 4:7) through the God of all comfort (2 Corinthians 1:3-5). Her hope is for each person to discover resiliency skills to live their preferred life story with confidence and grace.
Megan is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who graduated from Westmont College with a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology and from Fresno State with a Master of Science in Counseling for Marriage and Family Therapy. Megan's counseling background is diverse and extensive. Prior to beginning her work at the Well Counseling Center, She worked with a foster care agency providing counseling for children in intensive treatment foster care. She also served three years working in Sanger Unified as a counselor on the C.A.R.E. Mental Health Team. While working for Sanger Unified, she provided individual and family counseling to students with intensive behavioral and mental health concerns. Megan also provided weekly parent trainings and support groups for teen parents. She is passionate about working with children, teens, and young adults who struggle with depression, anxiety, life adjustments, and relational issues. Megan feels that by integrating faith with therapy, the client can work on themselves as a whole person. She views the relationship between the client and therapist as a mutual, respectful relationship that is built on trust and communication.
Marilyn is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, who graduated from Colorado Christian University with a Master of Arts in Counseling. Over the past twenty years, Marilyn has been leading grief groups at churches, nursing homes, and as a hospice bereavement coordinator. Marilyn is the author of “RESTORED: A Self-Paced Grief Workbook for Your Journey from Loss to Life”, where she has gently guided the survivor of loss from their unique loss experience to the restored life they are seeking.
Her clinical approach is eclectic and integrates Biblical truth with solution-focused therapy, narrative therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and/or an alternative therapy that she believes fits your goals and needs. Marilyn leads counseling groups utilizing her RESTORED curriculum.
Marilyn has been married for ten years and is a mother to two children. She would be honored to walk alongside you.
Aurora is a bilingual Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist who received her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology, with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) from Azusa Pacific University. As an attachment based therapist, Aurora believes that healing can be obtained when clients are provided with a safe space in which they can freely process their emotions related to previous attachment injuries. In addition, Aurora welcomes clients to incorporate their Spirituality in session as she believes in the power of restoration. Aurora believes that when clients walk through their healing journey, they are able to discover who they are in Christ. As a result, clients are able to live authentic and meaningful lives. Lastly, Aurora has had the opportunity to work with various populations such as adults, adolescents, children, couples and families. Aurora’s clinical background experience also includes working with clients who have experienced a wide variety of clinical concerns such as Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Grief, problems in parent-child relationships, familial problems, relational problems and mood disorders.
Brittany is a Registered Associate Marriage, Family, and Child Therapist who graduated from Fresno State with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology and a Master of Science degree in Marriage, Family, and Child Therapy from University of Phoenix. She has been involved in a variety of ministries in the Central Valley, including serving incarcerated women at the Madera County Jail through Celebrate Recovery as well as serving teens in youth ministry at Clovis Christian Church. Prior to working at The Well Counseling Center, Brittany was a part of Rape Counseling Center of Fresno, where she received experience in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and provided support to survivors of sexual assault of all ages. She has also worked with Fresno Pacific University’s On-site Counseling Program, where she provided individual and group therapy to students who participated in Special Education services and were identified as having emotional disturbances.
Brittany has a passion for working with those experiencing trauma, depression, and anxiety, as well as working with children, and she has a heart for meeting people where they are at and supporting them in getting where they are trying to go. She works to see each person’s unique circumstance with empathy and respect, and is passionate about allowing individuals to have a safe environment in which they can develop positive self-value and tell their story. Brittany strives to gracefully challenge clients to promote insights that are essential for growth as they continue or start their relationship with Jesus Christ.
Jennifer is a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist who trained at Fresno Pacific Biblical Seminary. Jennifer believes in the transformational power of Christ through counseling and therapy. She takes a holistic approach, exploring all aspects of a person’s life, including childhood development, past, and current relationships. Jennifer has a heart for working with individuals and families who struggle with various addictions, particularly women and mothers. She also has experience working with those going through life transitions, anxiety, depression, and PTSD. Jennifer takes a relational approach to therapy, believing that healing occurs through relationships with others, beginning with an accepting, empathetic therapeutic relationship. She also strives to meet people where they are and help them develop into more of who they hope to be. Jennifer has a passion for learning and can often be found reading books on a wide variety of topics. She has been married since 1998 and enjoys spending time with her husband, sons, and friends.
Taelor is a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist and Associate Professional Clinical Counselor. She received her Master’s degree in Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling from California State University, Fresno and her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Taelor’s previous clinical experience includes working with dually diagnosed incarcerated adolescents and their families, victims of crime, college students, and adults with substance use disorders. She has implemented elements of cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, emotionally focused therapy, motivational interviewing, and compassion-focused therapy to treat a wide variety of disorders and relational issues. In addition, Taelor has demonstrated her passion for young adult populations through her experience conducting research on student-athletes and survivors of intimate partner violence. She has also served as a leader in the Christ-centered 12-step recovery program, Re:Generation and as a volunteer with Every Neighborhood Partnership ministering to underserved children in Fresno.
As a person of faith, Taelor enjoys walking alongside individuals on their own faith journey as they navigate life’s challenges. She believes in the therapeutic relationship as a team effort in which the therapist empowers clients to create meaning and positive change in their lives. Using humor and empathic understanding, she works to help clients overcome the shame and distorted thinking surrounding their difficulties wherever they are in their recovery.
Alissa is a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, currently working toward her Master of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Fresno Pacific Biblical Seminary. Alissa is a Fresno native who has a passion for seeing the individuals in her city and community thrive. She strives to create a safe space for her clients to process their emotions and experiences. She approaches the therapeutic relationship with respect, empathy, and warmth. She finds meaning in working with young adults to build coping skills, healthy boundaries, insight, and awareness to live purposeful and authentic lives. Alissa welcomes clients to integrate their faith into therapy and believes that spirituality is a powerful aspect of the healing process. She has a heart for young women who are experiencing trauma, relational issues, depression, anxiety, self-esteem issues, or life transitions.
Jessica is a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist who received her Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Psychology from Fresno Pacific University, and her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from California State University, Fresno. Jessica has expertise working with the Department of Social Services as a Foster Care and Adoption Social Worker, specializing in trauma informed care, attachment based disorders, and transracial adoptions. She has worked with clients who have been touched by the California Department of
Corrections and Rehabilitation in some form. She has formulated and facilitated sex offender treatment groups, substance abuse treatment groups and racial reconciliation groups. Jessica’s clinical experience includes sexual addictions, substance abuse disorders, childhood traumas, and dually diagnosed parolee and probation cases. Jessica has worked with children, teenagers and families providing intensive therapeutic behavioral services. She utilizes modalities such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing.
Jessica has a heart to build empathetic, genuine, therapeutic relationships with her clients in order to create a safe space for healing and change. She believes that if you put God first, everything else will be added unto you, which includes mental and emotional healing. She enjoys making memories with her husband and 3 daughters. Jessica aims toward excellence in all her ministry opportunities and has a heart for people.
Victoria is a student in the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Fresno Pacific Biblical Seminary. She has fourteen years of collective experience working as a social worker and life coach with foster families, including children, youth, and young adults. She has been a behavior coach with children and their families; a group home counselor with adolescent females, where she has provided support among the pregnant and parenting population. She has also been a county social worker in a pregnant and parenting teen program. Added to her experience, she has been a church high school ministry director. Victoria has been married for 25 years and is a mother of two. She believes in a holistic approach to counseling which integrates faith in Jesus with therapy. She aspires to meet people where they are, assist them in their journey of growth, and considers it a privilege to walk alongside others in this process.
Our Counseling Center is a professional, clinical counseling center, and our staff is comprised of credentialed mental health professionals.
We have Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT) and Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapists. All counselors have a minimum of a Master’s Degree in Counseling. We also have a Master’s level Mediation/Conflict Coach who can provide pastoral pre-marital counseling and spiritual guidance.
Christian counseling combines professional counseling techniques and Scriptural principles in a unique approach to mental health issues.
All counselors acknowledge personal faith in Jesus Christ; they do not all attend The Well.
Our services are available to everyone. We are a Christian-based counseling center. Our approach to therapy is to meet people wherever they are in all areas of their lives.
You may request a particular counselor. Your preference will be honored if your presenting issue is within their treatment area, and if your counselor of choice has available appointment times.
Generally, your appointment will be within a week of your initial call. The time varies for each counselor.
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Our Counseling Center fees for professional services are lower than those of other mental health practices in the area. Specific fee information can be found on our Counseling Center page and will be provided when you call for an appointment.
Since policies and benefits vary greatly, we do not bill insurance. Clients are responsible for charges which are payable at the time services are rendered. Payment can be made by cash, check (checks are made payable to The Well) or by debit/credit card.
The length of treatment depends on many factors. It is primarily determined by the nature of the issue(s) and the motivation of the client.
Services are provided for individuals, couples, families, infants, children and adolescents.
Counselors are trained in many areas including marriage conflict, marriage enrichment, depression, anxiety, postpartum depression, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, childhood trauma, pastoral counseling, infant mental health, play therapy, grief, domestic violence, spiritual abuse, sexual addictions, women’s issues and life transitions. If you have questions about these issues or others call 559.325.8600.
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