Professional Therapy for Sexual and Identity Issues

We all have challenges in life. Some challenges are more difficult than others, and we need help in moving through them.

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Matthew Sciba, M.Ed., LPC

Yes, I help people who struggle with anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts, and eating disorders. I help couples come to terms with challenges in marriage. I also offer highly-specialized therapy to help people who face the following challenges:

Pornography addiction
Sexual Addiction
Unwanted same-sex attraction
Gender Dysphoria
and other sexual and identity issues

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Teletherapy Available

Teletherapy allows us to meet through audio and video over the internet. We are very excited about this option because it means no waiting and travel time, and you won’t have to take time off work or other priorities.

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We only work on what you want to work on

“I’ve been through other Christian and non-Christian therapy, and yours works the best. I stepped into therapy thinking this is going to take a year, and I’ll have to relive the stories, and the counselor is just going to listen to me but not really fix the problems. That wasn’t the case. I am really thankful for you and your therapy.”

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