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Rock House Center

(615) 369-0668 Go to Website
155 Franklin Road, Ste. 190

One Sentence Recovery Philosophy

Spiritual well-being is the foundation for emotional and psychological well-being, and must be addressed to achieve sustained life change.

About Our Practice

At Rock House Center, we deal with the full range of life struggles by addressing unwanted emotions and behaviors using Biblical truth. Our approach in all cases is distinctly different from psychology or what is typically thought of as Christian counseling, as we focus entirely on underlying causes and seek to bring resolution for life challenges rather than provide coping skills through behavior management. We work with marriages, parenting, depression, anxiety, addictions and all mental and emotional health issues, as well as spiritual growth challenges.

Christian Components Available

At Rock House Center we use our proprietary Motive Transition Therapy counseling model to uncover the root causes of negative emotions and unwanted behaviors. After each cause is identified, we then guide our clients through a pathway to healing at the source of their struggle in the context of Biblical truth and prayer. This process is facilitated by a Biblical counselor and includes home study of our daily devotional materials and weekly video resources to advance personal heart change between counseling sessions.

Christian Team Members Treating Eating Issues

Holly Baulch (not licensed)
Kathie Littleton (not licensed)
Shannon Senderling (not licensed)
Jason Roy (not licensed)

Level(s) of Care Offered


Ages Treated


Gender(s) Served

Male and Female

Eating Disorders Treated

Compulsive Overeating

Co-Occurring Issues Treated


Unique Therapy Components

Motive Transition Therapy; proprietary Biblical counseling

Insurance Accepted


Staff Certifications and Accreditations

Master’s level counselors and ministry facilitators, all certified in Rock House Center Biblical counseling approach


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