GOC offers various types of counseling to address its members’ diverse needs. Here are some common types of counseling you might find in a church setting:

Pastoral Counseling

Provided by ordained ministers or pastors, pastoral counseling integrates spiritual and psychological perspectives to address personal and relational issues.

Marriage and Family Counseling

Focuses on helping couples and families navigate challenges, improve communication, and strengthen their relationships.

Grief Counseling

Offers support to individuals dealing with loss and grief, providing comfort and guidance through the grieving process.

Addiction Counseling

Addresses issues related to substance abuse or other addictive behaviors, often incorporating spiritual guidance and support.

Pre-Marital Counseling

Helps engaged couples prepare for marriage by addressing potential challenges and offering guidance on building a strong foundation.

Individual Counseling

Provides one-on-one support for personal issues such as stress, anxiety, depression, or other emotional and mental health concerns.

Financial Counseling

Assists individuals or families in managing their finances, budgeting, and making wise financial decisions.

Pastoral Counseling

Spiritual Counseling: Focuses on spiritual growth, exploring faith, and deepening one’s connection with one’s spirituality, For more information, contact us at or 2622122368. All contacts are confidential.