Bowden McElroy, M.Ed.
Secular counselors are trained not to bring their values into the therapy room. They attempt to be neutral with everyone in every situation. This allows situational ethics to prevail and whatever a person chooses is OK as long as they "feel" better. Christian counseling proclaims its underlying values: Christ-centered and scriptural. Christian counseling isn't just concerned with "feeling better" but with "being better." Christian counseling can help you process the situations, the feelings, the thoughts and the goals associated with problems and help bring clarity and closure to the issues you are dealing with.