Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: At Threadcraft Counseling we take the spiritual, mental, physical and emotional health of every client very seriously. With this in mind, I am closely monitoring the recommendations from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) pertaining to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in order to prevent further spread of the illness in our community. Accordingly, I am now offering HIPAA compliant distance counseling via the telehealth option in my client portal.
In the event that it is absolutely necessary to come to the office for your counseling session, prior to entering the office please wash your hands with soap and water or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer. I also request that you practice social distancing of approximately 6 feet and practice respiratory hygiene by covering your mouth with a flexed elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze.
If you have a fever, cough, headache, runny nose, difficulty breathing, or have traveled from an area affected by COVID-19 within the past 2 weeks or have had close contact with someone who has recently traveled to an area affected by COVID-19, then please opt for distance counseling or reschedule your session until COVID-19 symptoms have completely subsided. If any of the abovementioned conditions apply to you, and you do reschedule or cancel your session, you will not be charged a fee for that change.
In closing, thank you on behalf of Threadcraft Counseling for your continued patience and understanding during this challenging time and for giving me the opportunity to serve you.
– JC Threadcraft
Specializing in Marriage and Family counseling as well as working through individual issues with a focus on helping the inner person develop mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
Threadcraft Counseling was established in 1990 by Dr. Hal L. Threadcraft, who later passed the practice on to his son John Caleb Threadcraft. Like his father before him, John Caleb stands by the principle that every human being is fearfully and wonderfully made in the image of his or her Creator, and for a very distinct purpose, to glorify God and enjoy Him forever. Nevertheless, the fulfilling of this divine purpose does not come without a unique set of challenges, all of which try the heart, test the mind, and deeply trouble the soul. With this in mind, the broad goal of counseling at Threadcraft Counseling is to help each individual grow and heal the inner self in order to fulfill his or her unique purpose on earth. This occurs during the course of counseling by creating a safe place for spiritual, mental and emotional growth as well as by reconciling losses and restoring hope.
At Threadcraft Counseling, no person is looked at as the problem, instead the problems presented during counseling are viewed as external to the individual, and as problematic symptoms of what is taking place within the larger system. With this in mind, the unique focus on the inner self during counseling incorporates a biblical worldview of wholeness, empirically supported clinical tools and evidence based interventions. Counseling is much more than simply sitting on a sofa and talking, it is an all-encompassing battle for the heart, the mind and the soul of each individual.