Stress, depression, and anxiety in on the rise in the lives of young people. Navigating the pandemic, facing significant life changes, and any number of social factors can greatly influence mental health and overall wellbeing. Here is a list of professional practitioners in South Carolina that offer faith-based emotional & mental support from a Catholic perspective. When choosing a counselor or therapist, it is important to consider the cost, insurance coverage, area of specialization, and virtual/remote options for sessions.
Please note that this is not a guarantee that one of these counselors will be the best for you, but this is a place to start when looking for support and healing.
Know that you are in our prayers as you continue on this journey!
Diocese of Charleston, Victim Assistance Manager
John Karabees, LPCA
Licensed Counselor (Moncks Corner)
Wellspring Behavioral Health
John Joseph Delany, LPC
Epworth Center for Counseling (Columbia)
Zach Dorsch, LPC
Prisma Health Counseling (Columbia)
Irene Lagan Chambers, MS, LPC
Core Counseling (Charleston)
Dorothy Whalen, MSW, LISW – CP
Licensed Independent Social Worker
Caritas Counseling Services (Greenville)
Deacon David A. Kahn, PhD, LPC, LPC/S
President of the South Carolina Clinical Mental Health Counselors Association
The Counseling Center of Florence, LLC (Florence)
Phone: (843) 673-0054
Patricia Little, MA, LPC
Columbia Psychiatric Associates (Columbia)
Marriage, Family, and Individual Therapy
St. Michael’s Catholic Church (Myrtle Beach)
Let us not forget that, along with the indispensable psychological counseling, which is useful and effective, Jesus’ words also help. It comes to my mind and heart: “Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” Let us pray that people who suffer from depression or burn-out will find support and a light that opens them up to life.
-Pope Francis prayer intention for the month of November 2021