Abundant Life Counseling Center (ALCC) values people, healing and emotional wellness. ALCC practices a counseling model that views Scripture as the key to understanding the essence of what it means to be human and provides guidance to live life abundantly. It is through the lens of Scripture that other disciplines such as psychology, psychotherapy, anthropology, etc. can be utilized to provide healing, perspective, and hope.
The counselors at ALCC value confidentiality, trust, truth, professionalism, and humility. We understand the counselor is not above the client. We see counseling as a journey embarked on where the counselor and client approach change and healing together. We provide the highest quality of services to our clients through a team of professionally licensed counselors and pre-licensed counselors with varying levels of experience and specializations. We strive to meet the stringent ethical and professional guidelines set forth by the State of Missouri.
Because we are a non-profit service associated with Abundant Life Church, we reserve the right to decline services for any court-related or mandated matters. All counseling sessions are by appointment only.
To schedule an appointment, please call 816.554-0944.
$30 - $50 per session. We do not accept any form of insurance.
Counseling Center Hours
Monday – Thursday 8 am – 9 pm
Saturday 8 am – 3 pm
• Adolescents / Teenagers (13 to 17)
• Children (5-12)
• Biblical Psychology (General Revelation Disciplines viewed through Scripture Worldview)
• Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
• EMDR / Trauma Focused
• Emotionally Focused Therapy
• Family / Marital
• Family Systems
• Gottman Method
• Solution Focused
• Structural Family Therapy
The counseling center is located on the bottom floor of the admin building on the Abundant Life Campus. Entrance and parking in back.
414 SW Persels Rd
Lee’s Summit, MO 64081
What is Biblical Counseling? (Part 1)
At face value, the phrase “biblical counseling” seems pretty easy to understand. However, whenever we use the word “biblical” as an adjective we usually have to further explain what we mean.