Enduring Hope Counseling, originally known as Psalm 119 Ministries, began in 2002 as a bridge housing program. We provided shelter and clothing to those in distress and support groups for those in recovery. In 2007, it became clear that we could reach more women in crisis through individual Christian counseling. Collaborating with housing programs we made the transition to what is now known as Enduring Hope Counseling.
Over our twenty year history we have provided thousands of hours of counseling for hundreds of women. This includes, but is not limited to, counseling for people in the midst of physical or emotional abuse, depression, anxiety, separation or divorce, substance abuse, post-rape, or abortion. Support groups and Domestic Violence education are also available. If you have a need please contact us. We have a history of faithfulness and commitment to walk this journey with you.
Doreen is the founder of Enduring Hope Counseling. Doreen, a Licensed Professional Counselor, obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Community Ministries from Geneva College and her Master’s degree in Community Counseling from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She is also a discipleship leader and teacher providing outreach to the local community. In addition, Doreen is a domestic violence educator providing training and workshops on domestic violence and abuse including tools for individuals, churches, and support groups. She has been counseling women suffering from domestic violence and relationship issues for twenty years.
Doreen uses a biblical counseling approach and is certified in: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Addiction and Recovery, and Genesis Process. Doreen has specific training in trauma resolution and post-traumatic stress disorder. She is experienced in, but not limited to, depression, anxiety, crisis counseling, and victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse.