Welcome to A Brighter Tomorrow counseling center, llc
We are accepting new clients: children (daytime only) and adults (daytime and evening).
We accept Blue Cross Blue Shield, PEIA, and self pay clients.
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A Brighter Tomorrow Counseling Center, LLC in Martinsburg, West Virginia has been a trusted resource for outpatient mental health services since 1998. Our clinical team is dedicated to providing professional outpatient mental health services to
people who are working toward restoration of mental and emotional health, improved relationships, and spiritual growth.
Therapists at a Brighter Tomorrow desire to help you feel welcome, and have a positive counseling experience. We are committed to the highest level of professional expertise to help you address your personal challenges and help you reach your goals. A variety of psycho-therapeutic methods are available including: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, EMDR, Marital Therapy, Play Therapy, Trauma Informed Therapy, Christian Informed Therapy, and many other treatment strategies.
"My therapist truly cares about me. That has made all the difference."
We believe that all people are created in God's image and are valuable. We welcome all persons regardless of religion, political views, sexual orientation, disability, ethnic identity, gender, or marital status. We make every effort to understand the complexity of physical, emotional, psychological, spiritual and interpersonal issues that impact you.
"I chose A Brighter Tomorrow because I wanted someone who understands that my faith is the most important part of my life."
A Brighter Tomorrow Provides Treatment For:
Adjustments to various life changes
Chronic Health Issues
Christian Informed Counseling
Counseling for Children and Adolescents
Life Change and Recovery
Sexual Abuse and Recovery
“FOR I KNOW THE PLANS I HAVE FOR YOU, PLANS TO PROSPER YOU AND NOT HARM YOU, PLANS TO GIVE YOU HOPE AND A FUTURE”.
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