Counseling Services

Life has its ups and downs, and sometimes transitions are difficult. Most of the time when we experience challenging situations, we can turn to friends, family members, or our Small Groups for support. Other times, however, problems become more troublesome and we need the guidance of professionals. You may be feeling overwhelmed, struggling in a relationship or going through a transition, and we want to help connect you with a competent counselor. The below will provide you with professional counselors and community resources. If you seek outside help, please reach out to the leadership and other members of Grace as well, to support you and encourage you through – we don’t want you to go through this alone.

PEER counseling

Grace’s peer counselors are trained to come alongside you as you deal with life’s challenges.  They are equipped to help you in brief periods of transition and struggle, and can meet with you for approximately 12 weeks. If you believe your circumstances would go beyond this please consider connecting with an intern or professional.

Safe harbor counseling

Safe Harbor Christian Counseling serves local communities by providing Christian-based, clinically sound counseling. Their 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. Click below for Safe Harbor counselors offered at Grace. Grace members are eligible for a reduced out of pocket rate. 

Counseling Refferals

Grace Counseling provides referrals to professional counselors to help you move forward with both the grace of God and practical support. To see a list of professional counselors, click below for more info.

Loyola Intern

Grace Community Church partners with Loyola University of Maryland’s Pastoral Counseling program. 

Loyola provides Grace with highly qualified graduate student interns. While counseling at Grace, the interns are closely supervised and receive support from Grace Counseling Ministries.

Loyola interns are mature, with a variety of gifts and talents, which are brought from disciplines such as education, health care, administration, military, business, and ministries. They have completed required pastoral counseling courses prior to their placement. Interns are able to provide up to 10 weeks of counseling at no charge. 

See below for info on our current intern. 

Jackie Kang

Jackie Kang

Counseling Intern


Jackie Kang is a Loyola University Counseling Intern and will be offering counseling sessions at no cost at Grace. Jackie serves adults, adolescents and children, on issues such as anxiety, depression, relational conflict, career counseling, decision-making, boundary-setting, faith struggles, grief, adjustment issues, and school- or work-related stress.  She approaches counseling from a cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic perspective, and can also adopt more short-term approaches as the need may arise. Please contact Jackie directly by email to schedule an appointment for the Fall.

Upcoming Grace Counseling Events

28jan7:00 pm9:00 pmRegeneration Rescue

30jan6:00 pm7:00 pmTeen Girls Anxiety Support Group

30jan7:00 pm9:00 pmDivorce Care for Kids

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8200 Old Columbia Rd
Fulton, MD 20759

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