In-Person Counseling

In-Person (Outpatient) Counseling

Christian Family Solutions operates clinics throughout the United States. Our clinics are staffed by licensed psychologists and master’s-level therapists who will meet with clients in person. For more information on specific locations, staff at each clinic, and directions, please click here.

 

For general questions relating to our clinics, please call 800.438.1772 or e-mail cfc@wlcfs.org. To request a counseling appointment via our secure online form, click the “Request an Appointment” button at the top of this page.

 

Services Outside Our Clinic Areas
If you live outside our clinic areas and are looking for an in-person referral, please contact your local pastor for information regarding counselors in your area. You may also consider contacting your insurance company for a referral.

 

Use the links below to conduct an online search for a counselor in your area. Christian Family Solutions does not endorse any of the specific counselors found using these online referral networks nor do we make any claims for the competency of the services provided or the professional qualifications of the individuals listed in the referral site. However, these online networks may assist you as you attempt to locate the clinician qualified to handle a particular problem area. You may wish to note the following factors when searching for a counselor in your area:

  • Licensing or certification
  • Area(s) of expertise or specialization
  • Christian perspective
  • Experience
  • Insurance coverage/fees

The Christian Care Network (CCN) from the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC) is a national referral network of state-licensed and/or certified professional counselors offering care that is distinctively Christian and clinically excellent.

 

The National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) is the nation’s premier professional certification board devoted to credentialing counselors who meet standards for the general and specialty practices of professional counseling.

 

The Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod also offers resources on their site related to mental health.