I agree with the comment that credentials aren't what really matter when seeking help or guidance. If you get the help you need, why does it matter? I have never been to this place of business, nor spoken with anyone associated with it, I just wanted to give my opinion. Good friends don't necessarily have a counseling degree, do they? How many of us have taken advice from friends and it was good advice?
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Christian Counseling Associates is a great place if you're needing some help with your problems. A family member was overwhelmed with stress and depression and I gave CCA a call. Betty, the office manager, was very helpful and sympathetic and we set up an appointment. The staff was concerned and caring and my family member is doing much better. I appreciate their help so much!
I have been seeing Dr Gina for almost a year--she has helped me understand PTSD and how it has affected my life. I strongly recommend her service to anyone who believes they suffer from PTSD---either military or civilian--I feel very comfortable talking with her.