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The Sagemont Counseling Center seeks to be “living proof of a loving God to a watching world” by providing soul-care in a Christ-like manner. Our goal is to demonstrate that Sagemont Church is a “safe place” to those who hurt by offering care-giving resources that meet the emotional and spiritual needs of church members and the community.
We are committed to providing care from a Christ-centered and biblically-based perspective. We recognize the Word of God as the ultimate source of truth, and endorse and utilize only those psychological principles and techniques that are compatible with the Scripture.
We are pleased that you have chosen Sagemont to receive counseling services. In order for you to make a fully informed decision about utilizing our services, we’d like to share some information about us, and what we do in counseling. Each one of our counselors is a highly trained professional in fields such as theology, psychology, counseling, marriage & family therapy, and pastoral counseling. The following information provides a brief description of our counseling philosophy as well as an explanation regarding the nature of our professional relationship.
We consider ourselves to be Christian counselors. As such, in addition to being clinically professional, our counseling approach is Christ-centered and biblically based. While we meet and accept people, where they are, spiritually, we seek to involve God in the therapeutic process. Therefore, one of our primary goals is to encourage people to establish, develop or enhance a meaningful relationship with Him as they engage in counseling.
Unfortunately, Christians are not immune from emotional pain, and some problems are too big to handle alone. Through the years, we have helped thousands of people just like you walk through many of life’s most difficult situations, including:
Our mission is to facilitate the creation of a “healing community” in which Sagemont Church promotes the following:
Each of our counselors is a highly trained professional in fields such as theology, psychology, counseling, marriage and family therapy, and pastoral counseling. Our counseling approach is Christ-centered, and each counselor is committed to integrating their faith into their practice. Therefore, the Sagemont Counseling Center is both clinically professional and distinctively Christian.
As of May 1, 2021, counseling sessions are available online at the Counseling Center or virtually through videoconferencing. Call 281.481.7133 to schedule an appointment.
If you are experiencing psychological stress related to the COVID-19 situation, our counselors are standing by ready to help. Tele-counseling sessions are available. Call 281.481.7133 to schedule an appointment.
Regular administrative office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. A limited number of evening appointments are also available with select counselors. To schedule a counseling appointment or for more information, please call us at 281.481.7133. Our administrative staff will help you find the counselor who best meets your needs.
Our goal is to make professional counseling accessible to everyone. Sagemont Church members are eligible to receive counseling at a significantly reduced cost. Clients who are not Sagemont members are charged a fee that is substantially lower than those typically found in the community.
11339 Hughes Rd.
Houston, TX 77089
The Counseling Center is conveniently located away from the main campus of Sagemont Church for confidentiality purposes. Our Counseling Center is located at 11339 Hughes Road (tan 2 story building). Parking and entrance to the building are both located at the rear/back of the building. Additional parking is available across the street.
After Hours Clients: There is NO receptionist on duty after 5 PM. After entering the waiting room, please ring the bell on the counter and be seated in the waiting room. Your counselor will be with you as quickly as possible.
Because of our commitment to the sacredness of Christian marriage, every engaged couple, who requests the use of Sagemont Church for their wedding ceremony, and/or desires a Sagemont Church minister to perform the ceremony, is expected to satisfactorily complete a pre-marital counseling program.
Why? Because pre-marriage counseling really does work. Research conclusively demonstrates that couples who participate in an equipping program are far more likely to maintain successful marriages, by heading off destructive patterns that often lead to divorce. In fact, studies show, couples are 31% less likely to get divorced if they have engaged in pre-marriage training before they marry.
With this in mind, the Sagemont Counseling Center has created a four-week “Marriage Preparation Program” (MPP) designed to offer the kind of pertinent information, strategic resources and effective skills that are necessary to build and maintain a high-quality marriage.
The MPP is a comprehensive package consisting of the following relevant components:
Sagemont Church’s Marriage Preparation Program is both clinically professional and distinctively Christian.
Interested couples can contact the Sagemont Counseling Center @ 281.481.7133, for further details, or to schedule an appointment.
Wednesday Evenings, Sept. 16 - Dec. 16, 2020, Room WC1321, 6:30-8:00 pm
If you or someone you care about has been impacted by the trauma of divorce, we’ve designed a support group just for you. Experience the mutual encouragement, strength and healing that can come through a community of believers who can relate to just what you’re going through. Date ranges vary, see Events for the next scheduled dates.
Monday Evenings from 7:00 – 8:00 pm, Room WC1103, no registration required
Designed for people who need help in addressing the problems of strained & broken relationships, this support group provides a safe, supportive environment, in which to discuss rebuilding trust, setting healthy boundaries, & practicing authentic love. The cost is $15 & includes the book, Untangling Relationships.
Wednesday Evenings, Sept. 16 - Dec. 16, 2020, Room WC1315 (North Wing), 6:30 - 8:00 pm
Have you experienced the death of a loved one? Do you feel time has stood still for you while daily life goes on for the rest of the world? Come and join others who can identify with what you’re going through. You’ll gain coping skills, find support & encouragement.
*Date ranges vary, see Events for the next scheduled dates.
Wednesday Evenings, Room WC1317, 6:30 - 8:00 pm
Are the struggles of life weighing you down? You are not alone! It would be great if Christians were immune from life’s difficulties. Unfortunately, we are not! Many of us are facing personal, relational, emotional, and spiritual challenges. Consider joining facilitators, Sharon & James Hilliard, for this highly interactive and biblically based group designed to provide support, encouragement, strength, and hope as we seek to live the authentic Christian life.
Monday (Christ-Centered 12-Step Program) and Wednesday (Addiction & Codependency recovery) from 7:30 – 9:00 PM, Sagemont Church Annex – Parlor Room
A Christ-centered 12-step program for those recovering from, or impacted by, chemical or co-dependency. If you, or someone you know, are struggling with the compulsive use of alcohol, drugs or other forms of substance abuse, this support group can provide the encouragement, strength and hope required for lasting sobriety. The supportive help for family members will also enhance progress, so take the first step by attending a Right Step meeting. You’ll be accepted right where you are. *Group meets every week.
“Surviving the Holidays” is a Christ-centered grief support group. The fee for the class is $5.00 and includes a booklet. No registration required – just show up. Facing the upcoming holidays after the death of a loved one can be more difficult than your friends and family members may realize.
You will hear people share honestly about surprising emotions that may hit over the holidays, how to handle holiday parties and invitations, as well as how to survive potentially awkward moments with other people. This group will provide comfort, strength and hope as you share with others who’ve also lost a loved one.
Tuesdays from 6:30 – 8:00 pm, Worship Center Room WC1103
A 12-step program for women only for overcoming infidelity. No registration required.
For more information, go to their website www.isurvivors.org
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