Find a Biblical Counselor

Finding a biblical counselor who will minister God’s truth to you in Christ’s love is important.

The BCC does not currently maintain a list of biblical counselors. However, we encourage you to visit the following biblical counseling organizations:

  • ABC maintains a list of vetted biblical counselors that you can find at The Biblical Counseling Network.
  • CCEF can be contacted through this form for information regarding CCEF trained biblical counselors.You can also visit their Counseling Services page to get counseling through CCEF directly.
  • IABC maintains a list of certified biblical counselors. Their list is searchable by states and includes 8 countries. You can visit it at Find a Counselor.
  • The ACBC maintains a list of certified biblical counselors. Their list is searchable by zip code. You can visit it at Find a Counselor.

While the BCC knows that ABC, CCEF, IABC, and ACBC work diligently to screen any ministry or individual in their list:

  • It is important for you to personally research the church, ministry, or individual listed.
  • If you search these recommended links and find a biblical counselor in your area, please exercise due diligence and contact them with pertinent questions.
  • The BCC’s Confessional Statement is a good starting place as you seek to find a qualified biblical counselor who is a good match for your convictions.
  • We also recommend the ABC’s document: Questions to Ask When Choosing a Counselor.

Biblical Counseling Residential/Inpatient Centers

Sometimes life’s struggles and our battle against besetting sins are so severe that finding an intensive residential/inpatient treatment center committed to biblical counseling is important.

While the BCC does not certify residential/inpatient centers, we have asked our BCC BOD and CB Members for a list of residential/inpatient centers that practice according to a biblical counseling philosophy.

Listed below are links to residential/inpatient treatment centers that self-identify as practicing according to a biblical counseling philosophy. The information is a self-description collated and summarized from their websites:

As with our Find a Counselor listing, so also with these residential/inpatient centers:

  • It is important for you to personally research the centers listed above.
  • Please exercise due diligence and contact them with pertinent questions.
  • The BCC’s Confessional Statement is a good starting place as you seek to find a qualified biblical counseling residential/inpatient center that matches your convictions.
  • We also recommend the ABC’s document: Questions to Ask When Choosing a Counselor.