Thank You For All The Work You Do At

Last updated May 17, 2021

Dear Jim, Marilyn, and Team,

I want to thank you for all the work you do at

About two weeks ago I wrapped up about a year and a half of counseling with Brian Sellers. My story is pretty typical: through a series of stressful situations and a potential health scare, I began to experience sensations and symptoms of anxiety (tingling, chest pains, double vision, panic attacks, etc.). After trying a couple of local counselors who quickly recommended a lifetime of meds, my wife found your site during a particularly rough spot. I followed your guidance for nearly a year and made some good progress but still was plagued with a deep sense of all still not being well. At that point, I decided to talk with one of your counselors.

My time with Brian has been a time of constant encouragement from day one. That he, like all your counselors, have dealt with anxiety meant that I discovered more in a couple of sessions about moving forward than I did from my previous time with general counselors. The difference was day and night as far as effectiveness. Brian's gentle but assured guidance combined with his engaging, laid-back approach calmed me down every time we met. In Brian, I knew I had someone I could trust because he knew his stuff and genuinely cared about how I was doing.

Brian and I are scheduled to chat again in about six months. I know that there will be some cloudy days, but I’m 100% confident that I now know what to do when those times come. That has been the greatest area of growth for me.

Again, thank you. May God continue to bless you all. I know He has put you all where you are right now to carry out a so desperately needed ministry.

John S., USA

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