For over ten years Bridget has worked as a career advisor. Recently she has been called to use her gifts in ministry and is a candidate for counseling licensure through Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. On the last Friday of each month she will be available at Freedom Hill to people in the process of discovering their next step. Bridget works with people of any belief system and operates within the ACA ethical standards for client-centered goal setting. Students seeking guidance on their vocation, adults transitioning from one career to another, or those re-entering the workforce can all benefit from her advice.
Book an Appointment:
God has a plan for everyone. Transitional Advising helps you make decisions, find the next best thing that God has for you, or guide you in times when you are doubting or stuck. Sessions are in person or by phone. Use one of the following ways to schedule a free session:
Call the Church Office
Use the Connect tab
on the Church App
to fill out a form
Frequently Asked Questions
Advising: situational and task-oriented guidance, usually in a target area. Explores how that target area affects life in general and vice versa. Target areas can include career advising, academic advising, financial advising, nutritional advising, etc.
Coaching: taking a participant to the next level in any given area, exploring advancement options, building on strengths, managing transition. Often coaching is in a targeted area, however, there are life coaches who give attention to the whole person.
Counseling: All of the functions above are included in the broad term “counseling”. Counselors, particularly those licensed to give mental health treatment, also address emotional, physical, psychological and relational issues that affect mental health. They are formally educated in therapeutic theory and treatment techniques and typically hold a license to practice.
Psychiatric treatment: in addition to all the aspects of counseling, psychiatrists are medically trained to administer prescriptions and typically are engaged in longer term care for those with mental health diagnoses in either in-patient or out-patient environments.