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First responders, healthcare professionals, and their families... WE'RE HERE FOR YOU!

In an effort to be a source of help and support to our community during this crisis, Judah Christian Counseling is offering reduced rates to those on the front lines fighting COVID-19.

We will be offering a reduced rate of $90 per session for the first responders, healthcare professionals, and their immediate family members now through August 31st. This special pricing requires a commitment to a minimum of at least 4 session and maximum of up to 8 sessions offered.

To learn more about our response to COVID-19 and Telehealth counseling services being offered, click here and here.

Common struggles that arise during crisis:

  • Higher levels of stress

  • Anxiety

  • Trauma-like symptoms

  • Complex PTSD

  • Secondary trauma

  • Compassion fatigue

  • Depression

  • Grief

  • Addictive behaviors

How Telehealth counseling can help:

  • Build healthy coping skills

  • Trauma informed care

  • Self-care techniques

  • Stress management skills

  • Grief work

  • Mindfulness

  • Prayer

  • Addiction Recovery



Sexual Addiction

Christian Counseling

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Has sexual behaviors become the priority of your life? Do you find yourself spending more time with porn than you wanted? Do you get worried when someone is on your phone or computer because you're afraid they might see what you do in private? Do you keep finding yourself managing multiple romantic or sexual relationships? Do you find yourself doing compulsive behaviors that, if anyone where to discover or know about, you fear it would be the end of your life as you know it? Or despite getting caught, hurting your loved ones, or costing you a great price, do you find yourself going back to these compulsive sexual behaviors over and over again? If this has been your experience then you may be struggling with a sexual addiction. 


For sex addicts, sex becomes the priority for which they sacrifice a great deal for. Just as an alcoholic has an affair with the bottle, the sex addict's relationship is with sex and romance. Distorted fantasies and satisfying behaviors that are obsessive to the point of physical harm are used in an attempt to resolve difficult and painful emotions. Acting out through sexual behaviors has a physiological component. When addicts are lonely, stressed, or depressed, they access key neural pathways in their brain through mood-altering chemicals or behaviors which allows them to feel temporarily better. 

The problem is that this pattern of using sexual behavior to emotionally sooth oneself can lead to feelings of shame and depression. Over time, addiction to this behavior has a masking effect that numbs one to their feelings. And it can lead to isolation and a complete loss of control that, given enough time, and lead one to their "rock bottom." 

What do all the letters mean?

LPC - A therapist with this credential is a Licensed Professional Counselor. These therapists have completed all requirements for becoming fully licensed according to the Texas State Board's licensing requirements. 

LPC-S - Along with being fully licensed, these therapists have completed additional training to supervise LPC-Associates. 

LPC-Associate - These therapists have completed their Master's level work and passed the National Counselor Examination for Licensure and Certification. The Texas State Board requires associates to accumulate 3,000 hours of counseling experience before they can complete their associate requirements. Until that time, they are under weekly supervision of a LPC-S. 

CSAT - A therapist with this credential is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist. They are already licensed and have completed additional training with faculty of the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals. These therapists have received intensive, experiential training for treating sex addiction with 30 hours of supervision under a CSAT supervisor.

ASAT - A therapist with this credential is an Associate Sex Addiction Therapist. They have completed all the training a CSAT has received but do not yet fully meet the requirements for CSAT. A therapist must have five years of clinical counseling experience and be fully licensed to become a CSAT.

CSAT Candidate / ASAT Candidate - A therapist with this credential is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist Candidate or an Associate Sex Addiction Therapist. They are in the process of their training with faculty of the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals. CSAT training is done in four modules and must be completed within two years. For a therapist to be an ASAT Candidate means that once they complete their training they will then be an ASAT until they reach the CSAT requirements.  

CMAT - In addition to CSAT training, these therapists are Certified Multiple Addiction Therapists. These therapists have had additional training in multiple addictions which may include chemical and alcohol dependency, financial disorders, and eating disorders. Contact the therapist directly to see which focus they work with.

CST - A therapist with this credential is a Certified Sex Therapist. They are already licensed and have completed additional training from the American Board of Christian Sex Therapy. These therapists are specialized in treating clients with sexual issues and concerns, and are trained to provide in-depth psychotherapy.

NCC - These therapists are National Certified Counselors who meet certain examination, supervision, and experience, and ethical requirements. 

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