We’re here to help those inside and outside the church with spiritual, emotional, relational, and mental health challenges.
Orangewood has a mental health counselor on staff who provide individual, couples, and family therapy for a variety of issues. If our counselor is not able to provide sufficient help for your particular struggle, he will gladly direct you to other resources. His 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|
Hardy Reynolds is a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern who received both an M.A. in Counseling and an M.Div. from Reformed Theological Seminary. Over the past 8 years, Hardy has worked with students and families in church and youth ministry organizations, experiencing a particular delight in providing encouragement and support to people as they find a deeper sense of significance, security, and satisfaction in all areas of their lives.
Most recently, in his clinical experience, Hardy had the privilege of working with a wide range of clients from adolescents, families, couples, groups, and individuals seeking help and healing from struggles with anxiety and depression, adult survivors of sexual abuse, trauma, sexual addiction, family conflict, grief, marital struggles, and more.
In his free time, Hardy enjoys spending time with his wife and friends, cooking, reading, and playing sports with friends.
Maitland Office (two miles from Orangewood Church)
The office is in a converted house on 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.
The initial consultation is completely free. After that, the suggested donation to meet with our counselors is $75 per session, but money should never keep anyone from getting the help they need. Just ask Hardy about the available options.
Would you like to set up your initial, free consultation? All you need to do is email: email@example.com.
In addition to Orangewood’s counselor, the church has close ties to Journeys Counseling Center, a Christian private practice in Maitland that provides individual, couples, family and group counseling.