How can we help?

Care Ministry

We’re available to help with a variety of issues: addictions, anxiety, anger, deployment difficulties, depression, grief, post-traumatic stress, stress management, relationships, communication, life coaching, marriage and family, and more.

New Clients

If you are new to the Trinity Counseling Center, please print and complete our New Client Information Packet and bring it with you to your first appointment.

New Client Information Packet

Celebrate Recovery

Recovery and Care Groups

Frequently asked questions

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  • What can I expect on my first visit?

    During your first visit at the Trinity Counseling Center, the counselor’s Declaration of Practices and Procedures will be discussed with the client during the initial session. Any subsequent appointments will be scheduled at the end of this session as well.

  • How do I schedule an appointment?

    To schedule an appointment, you may reach out to the Trinity Counseling Center at 337.310.8421 or by email.

  • How much does a session cost?

    Trinity Baptist Church understands the commitment of time, finances and resources that members make each week and therefore offers counseling services at a discounted rate to them. The maximum fee for members of Trinity Baptist Church is $30 session. The maximum fee for non-members is $60 for session. Payment is due upon arrival for the counseling session and may be paid with cash, check or credit/debit card.

Why is counseling important?

Counseling is viewed as a process in which the client and the counselor have come to understand and trust one another. This trust enables us to work as a team to explore and define present problematic situations, develop future goals for an improved life, and work in a systematic fashion toward realizing and accomplishing these goals.

Loving Jesus. Loving People. Sharing hope.

Walking with one another through seasons of loss, suffering, and recovery.

Mitch Bohannon leads music at a Celebrate Recovery meeting