Counsel For Life Podcast
Engaging conversations about mental health and the Christian Life
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Welcome to the Counsel For Life podcast with licensed and biblical counselors Eliza Huie and Beth Broom.
Follow the podcast on Instagram at @counselforlifepodcast.
Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Pandora and Amazon Music.
INTRODUCING THE HOSTS
Eliza is a counselor, author, speaker, and trainer committed to providing care and resources for the whole person. Trained both biblically and clinically, she understands the complexities people face in their spiritual, emotional, and physical lives.
She hold a Master of Arts in Counseling and has advanced certificates in biblical counseling from The Christian Counseling Educational Foundation (CCEF) and The Association of Biblical Counselors (ABC). She is also a licensed clinical professional counselor (LCPC) and has specialized training in trauma care, including EMDR (modified to include gospel applications). She is a contributing writer for the Biblical Counseling Coalition, The Journal of Biblical Counseling, and is the author of The Whole Life: 52 Weeks of Biblical Self-Care, Raising Teens in a Hyper-Sexualized World and Raising Kids in a Screen-Saturated World.
Eliza is the director of counseling at McLean Bible Church located in the Washington D.C. metro area. She is the Dean of Biblical Counseling for Metro Baltimore Seminary in Maryland.
Helping people experience God’s redeeming grace through the hope of the gospel is her motivation for counseling.
Follow Eliza on social media channels at @elizajanehuie.
Beth Broom is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (LPC-S) and Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist (CCTS-I), as well as a Level 3 Certified Biblical Counselor through the Association of Biblical Counselors. She owns a private counseling practice specializing in trauma healing. She also serves as the Care Minister at The Village Church Denton in Denton, Texas.
Beth is the founder of Christian Trauma Healing Network, an international association designed to bring trauma care and healing to Christians in the Church and society. She is married to Kenny, and they have three children – Sarah, Levi and Elijah.
Follow Beth on social media channels @bethmariebroom.