In a hopeless world
We have taken precautions to keep the office area disinfected and will continue to see clients as scheduled. If you would prefer you can have your session remotely by contacting our office at 850-422-5515. We want you to feel comfortable and safe as we maintain your mental health during this anxious time.
Dr. Mindi Lunday
Dr. Mindi Lunday has a Doctorate in Counseling Psychology, a Master’s in Marriage and Family Counseling, and a Master’s in Education. She is a Registered Play Therapist Supervisor, having been trained in, and practicing, play therapy since her practicum days of graduate school.
Dr. Lunday was trained to integrate Biblical principles into her psychological approach and practices from a faith-based perspective. She is also a Certified Trauma Counselor, Certified Addiction Counselor, and certified in Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM), a crisis/trauma intervention program. Although integrative, which means she pulls from many psychological theories, her primary therapeutic approaches include Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Attachment Theory, Child Centered Play Therapy, and Family Systems.
Counseling From A Psychological & Biblical Perspective
Our Purpose is to Bring Hope to the Hurting and
Healing to the Broken Through the Power of God
Research demonstrates a better well-being, with lower depression and anxiety levels, for those who incorporate spirituality into their lives. Faith based counseling provides a holistic approach, incorporating both the spirit and the mind, in the healing process.
Marriage & Family
A family’s patterns of behavior influences the individual. Even if only the individual is in therapy, patterns and systems within the family are included in the treatment plan. Marriage and family therapy is: solution focused, specific with attainable therapeutic goals, designed with the “end in mind”.
A Life Coach will walk you though issues, setbacks, defeats, roadblocks, and the pothole of life, not as a counselor or therapist, but as a peer and trained coach. Another set of eyes, another perspective, to help you see where you want to go and how you can get there. It's a time of discovery.
Trauma is a deeply disturbing experience that causes severe physical or psychological harm. Trauma is subjective, and relies on a person’s response to an event as opposed to the event itself. A person’s response to trauma, and the reason people respond differently, is due to development, previous experience or trauma, and current stability, among other things.
Through play and a trained therapist, the child is able to communicate and/or work through the internal struggles and establish healthier ways to deal with the struggles of life, lowering anxiety, depression, and inappropriate behaviors.
Many things influence the development of an addiction, and they are all inter-related. That is why we use an integrated approach to treating addictions. We will take a look at how your family history and personal experiences, cultural factors, interpersonal relationships, and your faith inform your decisions.