Yearly Archives: 2016


Agape News for November 2016

Our November newsletter features Stephanie Roofner, MA, LPCA.  Stephanie specializes in therapeutic play for children.  We've also included a great article about when to seek counseling for your child. You can download the full newsletter here. All of us at Agape are grateful to those of you who attended the Friends of [...]

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August 2016 Newsletter

This month's newsletter introduces Agapé's newest intern, Kaitlyn Fraser, BA, BFA, who comes to us from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Our featured therapist this month is Blake Clemmons, MA, LPCA, who came with Agapé in February, 2016. Finally, you don't want to miss the article on choosing to live out of love rather than fear written [...]

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July Newsletter

Our July, 2016 newsletter is now available! This month we are featuring Robyn Nicholson, MA, LPC who is heading up our work with Human Trafficking. We think you will find her story well worth your time to read it. Myers Park Location We are also announcing a Save the Date for Thursday, October 20, [...]

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Newsletter for June 2016

One of the more frequent topics of discussion that comes up between Agapé therapists and clients is...change. We all have to deal with it, even though we as human beings would rather not! Well, it also happens to us and our latest newsletter talks about some of the changes taking place here at Agapé. Some [...]

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By: Stephanie Roofner, MA, LPCA Resilience is important for living a meaningful life. Well, yes of course, you’re thinking, that seems fairly obvious. But what really is resilience? Is it just something that some fortunate people have, or can anyone become more resilient? And ultimately, what does the Bible have to say about being resilient? [...]


An Empty Jar

By Galina Olivera-Celdran, PhD Let’s be honest: all of us have been there. There comes a point in our lives when we think life is not fair. We think that God did not hold up to His part of the deal. We think that we have been faithful to God, we were doing the right [...]

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By: Galina Olivera-Celdran, PhD Loss is an integral part of our lives, and we experience it on a daily basis. We lose tangible things, like treasured possessions and relationships, or intangible things, like hopes and dreams and a sense of security. Significant changes such as death, divorce, change of a job disrupt our sense of [...]



Gaining God's Perspective on Transition By: Galina Olivera-Celdran, PhD Mark 4:35 On that day, when evening came, He said to them, “Let us go over to the other side.” Going to the “other side” is quite a common thing these days. We seem to be on the go all the time - moving to another [...]