Our counselors are here to help those inside and outside the church with spiritual, emotional, relational, and mental health challenges.
Orangewood has two licensed counselors on staff who provide individual, couples, and family therapy for a variety of issues. If our counselors are not able to provide sufficient help for your particular struggle, they will gladly direct you to other resources. Their experience includes the following issues:
|Anger, anxiety, depression, and suicidal feelings||Shame, self-image, or condemning thoughts|
|Recovery from trauma and abuse||Struggles with sexuality|
|Spiritual confusion or doubt||Issues related to calling and ministry|
|Premarital counseling||Marital, parenting, or family issues|
|Grief and loss||Substance abuse and addictive behaviors|
|Academic, career, and workplace issues|
Louise Holzhauer, M.A., LMHC, LMFT
Licensed Mental Heath Counselor
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Louise’s blog: www.dearchristiancounselor.com
Cary Smith, M.Div., M.A., LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Cary’s website: www.caryjsmith.com
Maitland Office (two miles from Orangewood Church)
The office is in a converted house on the the southwest corner of Oranole Road and Maitland Avenue. A sign in the front yard has “Orangewood Counseling” listed. Click here for a map and directions to the Maitland office.
St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church
The suggested donation to meet with our counselors is $60 per session, but money should never keep anyone from getting the help they need. Please ask our counselors about the available options. Members of Orangewood and St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church receive up to three sessions at no cost.
In addition to Orangewood’s counselors, the church has close ties to Journeys Counseling Center, a Christian private practice in Maitland that provides individual, couples, family and group counseling.