Counselors

Center for Biblical Counseling – Chuck Roberts, M.A., LPC

Address:
1871 Harroun Avenue, Suite 300, McKinney, TX 75069

Website: http://www.cbcmckinney.com/

Phone: 214-585-4859
Fax:
Email: chuckroberts@cbcmckinney.com

Description:

Scheduling is flexible. Fees vary according to counselor’s license.

Our counsleors are licensed by the state of Texas and are qualified to help with a full range of issues as outlined by the Texas State Board of Examiners. Because our view of change is built on a biblical foundation, however, our counselors will offer you a chance to look at the issues of your heart in relation to others and to God as well as dealing with the specific issue you are presenting with. While we want to allow you a chance to look, we are aware that coming to God is a personal choice that rests between you and your Creator.

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Center for Biblical Counseling – Chuck Roberts, M.A., LPC

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