Recommendations for Biblical Counselors
Counseling at Vintage Church takes several forms; much of our counseling happens in the context of Community Groups or in a more formal setting with one of our church pastors. We also have several licensed counselors in the Raleigh/Durham area that are available as additional, trusted resources to Vintage Church.
Vintage Church has negotiated reduced rates for counseling services through these referral sources; you can take advantage of that discount just by saying that you’re a member or attender at Vintage. Please note – you are responsible for all fees charged by the counselor. If you are not able to pay those fees, please contact a Vintage Pastor you’ve been meeting with (if applicable), Jordan Penley at firstname.lastname@example.org, or the church office at (919) 829-7087 to see if financial assistance is available.
OUTSIDE REFERRAL SOURCES
In order to most effectively address the counseling needs of our church body, we have partnered with the following professional counselors in the Raleigh/Durham area:
A native of Atlanta, Anne graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill with a B.A. in Psychology. After a year of missionary work in East Asia, Anne married Van and taught Pre-Kindergarten for a short time before moving to Philadelphia where she received a Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling from Westminster Theological Seminary. She participated in a counseling internship at Christian Counseling Education Foundation (CCEF), with a focus on family and children. She moved back to Raleigh in 2006 and began counseling as a ministry. Anne is passionate about helping people connect their particular problems of life with the person and work of Christ in nuanced, personal, meaningful, and practical ways. She specializes in anxiety, depression, identity in Christ, stress, life transitions, marriage, grief, and loss. Anne enjoys leading the women’s ministry at her church, teaching the Bible, and speaking at retreats and conferences. She and her husband Van have three children, and in her free time, she loves to play the piano and guitar, write, and sip coffee with friends.
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Anne Larsen is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) who specializes in working with adolescents and their families, college students, adults and couples. She holds a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy, and a Masters in Biblical Studies, both from Reformed Theological Seminary. Anne has worked as a counselor for over 11 years, serving in both private practice and school settings. Anne’s particular areas of treatment include eating disorders, anxiety, depression, grief, women’s issues, children of divorce, spiritual issues, and marital and family therapy.
Phone Number: (919) 357-7961
Caroline Von Helms
Caroline received her undergraduate degree from North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina, and her Masters in Marriage and Family Counseling from Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. Caroline has been providing counseling services to individuals, couples, and families since 2000. She began her career in Dallas, Texas working with families involved with foster care and those looking to adopt; she provided services to local schools, children’s homes, juvenile probation departments, and child protective services. She also maintained a small private practice as well as taught periodically at a local community college while in Texas. Since moving to Raleigh, Caroline has worked with local churches as well as helped provide supervision for students at Southeastern Seminary. She has extensive experience consulting with churches and other non-profit organizations for their ministries. Caroline’s specialized areas of counseling include mood disorders, grief, marriage, and family conflict.
Marilyn Young is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), providing counseling services to children and adults. She completed her B.S. in Public Health and Masters in Social Work at UNC-Chapel Hill, and has been practicing as a psychotherapist for 10 years. Marilyn’s areas of specialty include trauma, physical and sexual abuse, postpartum anxiety and depression, ADHD, eating disorders, and adoption and foster care.