209 East Sunset
Mayfield KY 42066-3265
lives by providing Christ Centered
Counseling for all
issues and ages
Williams Christian Counseling exists to
meet the outpatient mental health needs of those who value Christianity. Counseling services will
be provided with the highest levels of quality and confidentiality.
"Where there is no guidance, the people fall, but in the abundance of
counselors there is victory." Prov.11:14
Types of Counseling
Addictions of All Types
Adult Children of Alcoholics
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Family and Friend Relationships
Holiday Stress & Depression Individual
Loss and Grief Issues
Marital and Pre-Marital Medical Illnesses, i.e.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Play Therapy with Children
Recreational Therapy with Children
Seasonal Affective Disorder Self-Esteem Issues
Senior Adult and Aging Issues
Sexual Issues Including Addiction
Sexual Abuse Recovery and Prevention
Sexual Behavior Problems of Children & Teens
Sexual Offender Treatment
Solution Focused Therapy
Stress Management Substance Abuse Suicide Intervention and Prevention Trauma - PTSD
Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral TherapyMany Other
Types of Consulting
Child Custody Situations
"I have come that they may have life, and that they
may have it
more abundantly." John 10:10
What makes our service
different from others?
We will work hard to offer you an appointment within one week of your initial contact and make follow up appointments within one week as well.
We can be your therapist for the long term if needed.
We will ponder and pray about your case between sessions.
We are not a preacher affiliated with a local church.
We provide a full hour of counseling per session to non-insurance clients who pay in full at
the time of
service. Many counselors only provide 45-50 minutes per session.
We have regular office hours and evening hours when available.
We do not have a secretary/receptionist so this ensures additional
We have a home based office in a residential area of town to maximize privacy and client
We use prayer and scripture if you give us permission while avoiding preaching at
We invest in the local community in many ways such as volunteering our time and
making financial donations.
We use practicality and common
sense in our counseling.
the person as a whole being made up of many parts. We believe human beings are Spiritual,
Emotional, Mental, Intellectual, Physical, Vocational, and Social.
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Counseling and consulting costs are $120
session when paid in full by cash or check at the time of service. Sessions paid in this manner are
usually about 60 minutes. Services are to be paid in full when they are
provided. If interested, ask about a discount that is available when you pay a retainer.
Dealing with insurance can be a time
consuming process. As a result, we only accept a few cases each year in which we will file the
client's insurance. If Mr.
Williams agrees to accept a client with insurance, the client will be responsible
for paying $120 per hour until it has been determined that the yearly deductible has been met.
the deductible has been met, the client will be responsible for paying $30 per quarter hour that
beyond the covered time, plus co-pays. The dollar amount that the insurance actually pays Mr.
Williams, determines the actual length (or covered time) of the counseling meetings. For
the insurance pays $60 per meeting, the client receives 30 minutes of covered time including
paperwork. Services are to be paid in full when they are provided.
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In addition to cash or check you may pay with a credit/debit/flex/insurance card. Card
payments in the office are accepted through Square's
secure service. Payments can also be accepted through Paypal's secure service. To send
payments through Paypal, use our business email
address-- email@example.com to insure the payment is routed correctly. Accepting payments
methods increase overhead costs so there is a five percent additional charge. Services are to be
paid in full when they are provided.
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interested in gaining insights for the justification of charging for our
We accept clients by appointment only.
Please phone our home office at 270-247-5667. If we do not answer please leave a message.
Your message will be kept confidential according to our confidentiality policy. In
addition to regular office hours we offer evening appointments when available. As of today
accepting new clients. We will offer you an appointment within one week of
contact unless we are experiencing an unusual influx of new clients. If you are considering
counseling, inquire today to prevent
further delays in your life.
Our office is in the second house on the
right just off Hwy 303(a.k.a. Cuba Road or Jerry Stewart Highway) at 209 East Sunset Drive in
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For More Information
What is your
statement of Faith?
What is your
statement of sexuality?
Do you have any personal experience with mental
- Board Certified
Professional Christian Counselor (B.C.P.C.C.). Certified by the Board of Christian Professional & Pastoral
- Licensed by the Kentucky board of social work as a Licensed Clinical Social
Worker (L.C.S.W.). In Kentucky this license is recognized as a Qualified Mental Health
Professional (Q.M.H.P), as well as a Behavioral Health Professional (B.H.P.).
Master of Social Work (M.S.W.)
from Southern Illinois University.
two bachelor degrees from Harding University.
- Served as a professional counselor to the community since 1997.
- Served as
children and family therapist at Forget-Me-Not Children's Center from 2002-2005.
- Interned at Charter Hospital and Four Rivers Behavioral Health.
- Consults as
needed with a colleague who is a Christian and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.
- Enjoys learning and exceeds continuing education
requirements for each licensure renewal period.
- Accountable to other Christian
- Bible class teacher at church since 1991.
- Cabin counselor at Western Kentucky Youth
- Member of the Western Kentucky Youth
Camp board from 2002-2010.
- Active in the local ASAP(Agency for Substance
Abuse Policy) board since 2005. Local ASAP boards are a branch of the Kentucky Office of Drug Control Policy. In this
organization he oversaw the writing of a $125,000 federal grant that was awarded to Graves
County in September 2013. This grant is renewable yearly for five years and is a part of the Drug-Free
Communities Support Program.
- Chaplain coordinator for the Chaplaincy program at Jackson Purchase Medical Center.
- Active in the Purchase Area Mental Health and Aging Coalition. Served as president from
- Treatment Director, Counselor, and Consultant for New Pathways for Children since
- Active in the American Association of Christian Counselors since
- Active in the Mayfield-Graves
Chamber of Commerce leadership class of
- Supporter of the Mayfield Graves County Habitat for
- Provided monthly mental health awareness presentations at the Mayfield-Graves County
Senior Citizens Center from 2001-2007.
- Green before Green was popular. Has a
Carbon Footprint for personal and business use of 11,745 kg per year. This is below average
the USA. I do this by recycling & reusing as much as possible, using electronic client records,
walking, driving a fuel efficient used car, not having the newest cell phone, and bicycling when
possible. My parents taught me as a young child how to live green. They were green
before it was popular.
- Familiar with local culture and institutions by virtue of being a lifelong local resident.
- Grounded and well rounded through hobbies.
- Have been a Christian since childhood.
- Becoming more Christlike is a lifelong goal.
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