Biblical Counseling. White Stone Resources offers Individual, Marital, and Family Christian Counseling services to adults, adolescents, and children, along with topically-focused teaching, workshops, and organizational/staff consulting to the churches we serve.
Troy works in a broad range of clinical issues including dpression, anxiety, communication issues and dealing with long term health issues. In all of these areas, he sees spirituality and therapy as unique allies in the process of tranforming pain and navigating change.
Arlington Center – Counseling Services for Adults, Children & Adolescents, Families & Couples
Ryan Bettger is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC), and a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT). He graduated from Denver Seminary with a M.A. in Clinical Mental Health. His undergraduate degree is from Bethel University (B.A. in Theology). He has experience in premarital, marital, individual, and group therapy. He specializes in the treatment of marital and relationship problems, depression, anxiety, and emotional difficulties, sex addiction and substance abuse, AD/HD coping skills, abuse/neglect, and spiritual issues. He co-leads groups for men recovering from sexual addictions. He is experienced in working with children, teens, and adults.
Counseling Services for Adults, Children & Adolescents, Families & Couples
Laura Kamptner is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC). A graduate of Northern Illinois University, Laura completed her graduate work with honors at Trinity International University with an M.A. in Mental Health Counseling. Laura also holds a Certificate in Trauma Training from The Allender Center at The Seattle School. Prior to joining Be Well Counseling & Wellness, Laura served as a volunteer counselor at Willow Creek Community Church and as an Intern Counselor at the Trinity Counseling Center. Laura has a heart for people in all walks of their journey and especially for those navigating a life crisis. Laura works with adults, couples and adolescents. Laura has a passion for college students and young adults who are experiencing significant life decisions and transitions. Her areas of special interest include: anxiety, depression, women’s issues, relational difficulties, stress/wellness, life transitions, grief and loss.