With continuing danger, uncertainty, and anxiety of the pandemic world, our neighbors can experience social isolation, and depletion of emotional and psychological well-being. Monticello United Methodist Church is offering free counseling sessions to the community. You can share this invitation with anyone you know going through emotional/psychological distress, who could benefit from one-on-one counseling.
These compassionate volunteers are retired counselors with many years of experience in counseling.
Marti is a congregation care minister at Monticello United Methodist Church. She is a retired clinical social worker who has practiced psychotherapy for over 30 years, serving individuals, couples and families.
Rodney is a congregation care minister at Monticello United Methodist Church and a retired hospice chaplain, who ministered to families with terminal illness.
Sheryl is a congregation care minister at Monticello United
Methodist Church. She has been a
licensed clinical professional counselor (LCPC) 16 years. Sheryl has extensive experience in
Christian Counseling in both a group setting and private setting. She has provided counseling to adults, children and families. Her specialties include crisis counseling for those with PTSD, anxiety and depression. In addition, she has led grief counseling, anger management sessions and provided support to those with ADHD.
Contact us HERE and a member of our counseling team will contact you.
Monticello United Methodist Church
23860 W. 75th St. Shawnee, KS 66227