Southshore Counseling, LLC is about helping people overcome obstacles, work through transitions in life and reach out for their potentialities. We work with all sizes of churches: helping them grow as healing communities for families who are hurting; helping them realize their mission, vision and purpose. There are two primary targets for Southshore Counseling, LLC: 1) hurting families in transition or difficulty and 2) churches that want to minister to them in a meaningful and productive way. Combined, these two interdependent services have the potential to strategically help churches do what they do best: share the love of Jesus Christ.
How We Help Churches Help Their People
Goals and Objectives
The preferred setting for Southshore Ministries is in churches in the metropolitan Detroit area. The leaders of these churches:
- Wish to provide their members and community with a meaningful resource to help them in times of trouble
- Feel overwhelmed by the unique, multi-dimensional struggles of families
- Sense the need for more information about the resources that are available
- Are challenged by the number of people in their churches that are struggling just to make it
The goal of Southshore Counseling, LLC is to provide brief, goal-directed counseling while extending care into churches so that the Christian community can gather around and help in a meaningful way.
- A partnership with their leadership as families allow us to work together to lay out a plan for care and follow it through to completion;
- Gift-assessment tools to help their members discover their spiritual gifts;
- Training in listening and communication skills
Managed monitoring for those requiring extended services such as physicians, other mental health professionals, hospitals and institutions.
Working together Southshore Counseling, LLC is here to help churches maximize their potential as we all work together to help individuals grow in Christ.
A Ministry For Our Times
With layoffs, out-of-control debt, and home foreclosures, families are experiencing traumatic events that can stress even strong, healthy homes to the breaking point. The more fragile a family is, the more pressure comes to bear, the greater the need for churches to offer hope and help.
Having a professional at your church’s fingertips can be priceless: for church leaders, for the church itself, and for the hurting people who call that church home.