Many Christians seem to prefer to seek therpay from a psychologist who is Christian; someone who is both professionally qualified and shares the same beliefs and world-view. This is not a necessity, but the advantage is a mutual understanding of lifestyle issues (such as church attendance etc) and knowledge of the Bible.
It must be noted however, that in many cases the nature of the therapy will not be any different to that offered to a non-Christian. This is because research has shown particular types of therapy and specific therapy techniques to be effective in treating particular mental health problems, and this is irrespective of whether the client is male or female, young or old, or Christian or not.
At Denton Clinical Psychology, Fiona Denton, Fiona Tung, Lauren Winney and Jacqui Kemmis-Riggs are Christians, and are actively involved in their local churches. They are passionate about increasing awareness of mental health issues within the Christian community, and ensuring that people know how and where to seek effective treatment. Denton Clinical Psychology is becoming widely known in Christian circles as a practice where clients can access therapy from highly qualified, Christian psychologists.
Please note that psychologists are bound by a code of ethics that necessitates they remain impartial and non-judgmental of clients with regard to their personal, spiritual, or moral beliefs. Someone of any belief system can be assured that they will be offered the same high quality of service at Denton Clinical Psychology.