Cumberland Christian Counseling Center
"My help comes from the Lord who made Heaven and earth."
The mission of Cumberland Baptist Association is to resource churches for fulfilling God's ministry.
The purpose of this ministry is to assist those who need encouragement, affirmation, and hope. This ministry will offer Christian counseling services while extending Christ's love to those who are hurting. It is our intention to reach out to our community with Christian wisdom, love, and understanding.
Do you have problems with...
Depression • Fear • Anger • Parenting
Anxiety • Abuse • Family • Marriage
We are here to help
The Cumberland Christian Counseling Center is staffed by a Christian counselor who is committed to clinical excellence. A biblical perspective is used as a foundation from which to address individual and family needs.
The center is staffed by Billy G. Bowie, PhD., a licensed psychologist who holds both a master's degree from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and a doctoral degree in counseling psychology from the University of Mississippi.
Counseling sessions can be scheduled on Mondays between 8:00 a.m. and 4:15 p.m. .
For referrals and appointments, or for more information, call 931.358.9036
• Assessment and Evaluation
• Depression and Anxiety Counseling
• Coping with Addictions
• Premarital Counseling
• Marriage Counseling
• Family Counseling
• Coping with Separation, Divorce
• Handling Blended Family Issues
• Stress and Career Management
• Children and Adolescent Issues
Counseling fees are due and payable at the time of service. Fees are based on an established fee scale that takes into consideration a client's financial situation.
Counseling Sessions will be held at the Shoulders Building of the Cumberland Baptist Association, located at 850 Highway 76 (across from Mary's Gardens on Highway 76) in Clarksville, Tennessee.
All information will be secured by the Cumberland Baptist Association, which operates under the strictest of client confidentiality laws. No Cumberland Baptist Association personnel shall have access to any information related to a person who requests and obtains counseling through the Cumberland Christian Counseling Center. It is understood that all employees of the Cumberland Baptist Association shall be bound by the confidentiality laws that protect the rights of those who seek counseling.
When to Seek Help
When life is difficult, or when we are depressed, anxious, or troubled, we may need to talk to someone. Talking with a trained professional counselor who understands can open the door to hope and healing. Counseling is for those who need help, and are motivated to receive the help, and are willing to make the commitment necessary to promote the healing that will set you free for the life Christ intends you to have.
"Fear not, for I am with you, be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my victorious right hand."
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This page last updated 02/06/2007.