We deal with personal, health, family, relationship issues. We are “Life Coaches.” Our positive approach brings out the best in YOU. The negative aspects disappear. Your concerns, whatever they may be, are never too big or too small.
Our philosophy: Mankind is basically good. As you focus on the goodness of you, the imperfections fall away. What you do not like about yourself is not you–it is something that has been added to you. What you like about yourself IS you. We help you move toward the ideal you–to YOUR satisfaction. We find this philosophy to be very workable.
We are Les and Anita Warren. We are pastoral counselors.* We help people deal with life’s problems. We help you improve your abilities so you are better able to achieve your goals. We are extensively trained to help people with the many aspects of their personal, relationship, and career goals. We are constantly studying and learning the most effective methods of therapy. Our latest accomplishment is our certification from TIRA.org. We help war veterans and others with PTSD issues.
We do our counseling services from our serene location in Idaho but also on Skype. Here in Idaho, we provide for all of our guests individual needs. Our clients are free to use all our facilities including sauna, hot tub, and treadmill. Hiking is a favorite past time. In the summer you can swim, go boating or fishing. There is plenty of wild life: deer, bears, moose, wild turkeys, chipmunks, and various birds. The atmosphere is therapeutic in itself.
Our Skype clients have the luxury on saving travel expenses and having their work schedules uninterrupted. We have found this method to be quite workable. More and more clients are choosing this venue.
*Pastoral counseling is a branch of counseling in which ordained ministers, rabbis, priests and others provide therapy services. The therapists integrate modern psychological thought and method with traditional religious training. –Wikipedia
Disclaimer: Les and Anita Warren are independent pastoral counselors. They are not affiliated with any group or church. Their services are pan-denominational. In their counseling, they often use pastoral counseling techniques developed by various authors. This in no way implies that they are affiliated with, controlled by, endorsed by, or in any way associated with any of the many various organizations offering spiritual counseling.