Faith Transition

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A crisis of faith can bring about many unexpected feelings and circumstances. After all, faith is a deep-rooted emotion that often forms the foundation in all aspects of a believer’s life. It’s also a source of hope that can last for years and maybe even throughout their entire lifetime.

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In most cases, questioning or leaving a religion can cause many to feel alone, helpless, and afraid. They also sometimes experience the loss of close friends, family, and even an entire community during this transition, which stirs feelings of anger and regret. Some also find themselves experiencing problems with alcohol, drugs, and/or dangerous sexual encounters. This transition can cause strife in many aspects of life.

No Two People Are Alike

As therapists who have worked with numerous clients going through faith transitions, we have found that no two people are alike. Our goal is to help our clients overcome the negative emotional experiences and find peace as they go through their spiritual journey during this transition. This usually includes a blend of cognitive behavioral therapy along with motivational interviewing to help them challenge their automatic thoughts and beliefs as we work to help them discover new, solid, healthy attachments.

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With that said, we are not against religion or faith. In fact, we find that people need a spiritual connection, whether it be with a new religion or something more abstract, such as a life purpose. Therapy addressing faith transitions is unique and can only be perfected with much experience. After years of success helping clients navigate through their own personal faith transitions, we have the experience necessary to help anyone struggling with such a major turning point in their life.