Author Archives: Safe Harbor Christian Counseling

About Safe Harbor Christian Counseling

Safe Harbor Christian Counseling serves local communities by providing Christian-based, clinically sound counseling so that people experience the recovery of their hearts. Our unique approach to marriage counseling, family counseling and individual counseling includes offering an inviting atmosphere whereby a healing relationship is experienced in the counseling room. Safe Harbor consists of 7 partners with over 70 counselors trained in the mental health field.

What do you need to change in the new year?

by Jason M. Karampatsos, PhD Happy New Year. As the Christmas season settles down we quickly turn our attention to the end of the year “best of” lists and begin thinking about what the new year holds. As one year … Continue reading

Posted in Anxiety, Christian Life, Life Coaching | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

I believe Jesus can…turn your world upside down to put things in place.

by Jason M. Karampatsos, PhD The shortest distance between two points is a straight line. Although that may hold true for two-dimensional objects, life has taught many of us that you can’t always get where you are going by following … Continue reading

Posted in Christian Life, Life Coaching | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

A Low View of Marriage

by Jason M. Karampatsos, PhD O be careful little eyes what you see O be careful little eyes what you see For the Father up above Is looking down in love So, be careful little eyes what you see Many … Continue reading

Posted in Christian Life, Counseling, Marriage Counseling, Relationships | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

To Shoot Par

by Jason M. Karampatsos, PhD What does “to shoot par” mean for you? I learned this weekend that it all depends on who you spend time with. I enjoy the game of golf, and I have strengthened many of friendships … Continue reading

Posted in Christian Life | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Didn’t See Him

by Jason M. Karampatsos, PhD Most of us have a routine in the morning—mine begins with waking up at 5:30, spending time with God, and ends with me grabbing a dress shirt on my way out the door around 8:15. … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment