Qualified Clinical Pastoral Counseling
By Apostolics • For Apostolics
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As qualified Clinical Pastoral Counselors, we specialize in marriage and pastoral counseling. We're equipped to help Pastors, Pastoral Staff and Church Members of the Apostolic faith. To easily meet with you, we employ face-to-face visits, video-conferencing sessions, webinars, and seminars.
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We're a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Your donation may be tax-deductible.
We do pre, mid & post marriage counseling. We work with a variety of situations involving the individual, couples and families either on site or via video conferencing.
We minister on a variety of subject matters, and would love to come to your city and minister to your group or congregation. Let's discuss how we can be of service to you!
DayStar Ministries is certified as an Academic Institution by the N.C.C.A. We can also assist in certification as a Pastoral Counselor and/or receiving a degree in Pastoral Counseling.
Partners In Counseling
DayStar Ministries is equipped to help. Staffed with Licensed Pastoral & Christian Counselors, we serve to strengthen your hands as an adjunct and trusted ally. With your guidance, DayStar provides counseling services and personal development specifically tailored to your local assembly. We employ face-to-face visits, video-conferencing sessions, webinars, and seminars to be an effective means of support.
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