Christian-Based Marriage and Individual Counseling
I’m so glad you found me. My name is Dr. Chet Weld and I’m a Licensed Professional Counselor and author. I hope you’ll spend a few minutes and look around and then reach out if you think I might be a right fit for your counseling needs as a Tucson Christian Marriage therapist and psychotherapist.
Counseling Focus and Approach
I’ve been a Christian-based marriage and individual counselor for forty years. I believe it’s important to be “warm and human first; professional always.”
With clients who value spirituality, I enjoy integrating biblical principles and techniques, including prayer and biblical truths. I’ve found that almost anything that works (and is advocated by evidence-based secular counseling models) is either stated or illustrated in the Bible. I believe that this is because God gives both wisdom and common sense. Whenever possible I love to impart hope. As King David said, “My hope is in you all day long” (Psalm 25:5). David’s hope was well-founded, as yours can be!
Counseling Practice Locations
I currently offer counseling for couples and individuals 18+ at both Renewal Centers and Joshua Tree Counseling in Tucson, AZ. I offer in-person and telehealth sessions. You can email me or send me a message here.
The following is an excerpt from my upcoming book, “God Is in the Crazy (with astounding miracles and reflections on the peaceful life)”: Katrina Ward has seen Heaven burst into her ordinary life on several occasions. Katrina is a licensed clinical social worker who I’ve known for more than thirty years. She has many stories to tell of God’s faithfulness. Here she tells one of them—about frozen pipes … and the breath of God: “I recall one miracle that happened to me in 1983 when I was living in a small farming town in Oklahoma. My family lived in a
A friend of mine handed me an internet article on Sgt. William Carney. I’d never heard of Sgt. Carney and my friend didn’t know that I’m working on an inspirational book. Once a slave, his father escaped slavery through the Underground Railroad and then helped relatives settle in New Bedford. Carney had lofty plans for his life, but when the Civil War came along, he believed his best way to serve God was to join the military in order to free the oppressed. He gave up his pursuit of the ministry . . . to join the Army. In an
This poem, “High Flight,” was written by a WWII Spitfire pilot for the Royal Canadian Air Force who was dog fighting along with the British over the North Sea. Because of battle fatigue against the Nazi invaders, he had contemplated aiming his plane straight toward the North Sea to put himself out of his misery. His parents were missionaries, and he himself must have received a reservoir of faith to draw on in order to write this inspiring poem, which has become world famous: High Flight “Oh! I have slipped the surly bonds of Earth And danced the skies on
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