Finding a good therapist to help you work through the emotional and spiritual pain of abuse is an important part of the healing process. When seeking out a counselor, inquire if they have experience and training in helping survivors of child abuse. Also, ask if the counselor is licensed by one or more bodies. If you are a Christian, ask them if they will respect your Christian beliefs. The following sites provide a list of therapists around the country. Many of these therapists are qualified to help you find freedom from the pain and hurt of abuse.
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- WELS/ELS Christian Therapists Network
- WLCFS – Christian Family Counseling (Offices throughout Wisconsin and also in Minnesota.)
- Christian Life Counseling (Offices in Brookfield and Germantown, Wisconsin)
- Anne Huebner and Associates (Office in Brookfield, Wisconsin)
- The American Association of Christian Counselors
- The International Society for Traumatic Stress
- The Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress
- The National Alliance for the Mentally Ill
- The Mental Health Association