These are some of the Healing Methods and Approaches We Use to Help You.


        Positive Psychology

              Traditional Counseling and Psychology (United States)

                   Eastern Medicine and Spiritual Techniques (India, China)

                       Hypnosis

                           Meditation

         Visualization Methods

               Finding Meaning in Your Life (Viktor Frankl, Logotherapy)

                    EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprogramming)

                        EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques)

                              NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming)

                                  Gestalt Therapy

                                       Transactional Analysis


           When appropriate, and only withy your permission, we may  use the insights and spiritual practices of your religious heritage such as prayer, meditation, contemplation, and reading of scriptures to help you move forward in your life.


Our clients come from a variety of Protestant, Catholic, Evangelical Christian and Jewish backgrounds. Some do not believe in God.


Rev. Tallman’s rich background, training, and experience with a wide variety of faiths enables him to understand your heritage.


Rev. Tallman believes deeply in the personal, redeeming, loving God who is revealed in the Scriptures of the Old and New Testament and most fully in the person of Jesus Christ.  He never pushes his faith on his clients.  He feels it is important for all of his clients, even atheists, to understand his blief system.


A few years ago a study by Psychology Today found that less than 20% of the mental health professionals in the United States admitted they believed in a personal God.  Many of those who do believe in a personal God do NOT feel qualified or comfortable discussing the faith of their clients.  


Government subsidized  and other counseling centers often prohibit their mental health professionals from discussing matters of faith with their clients.

The majority of therapists do not have proper training or experience in using the faith of their clients to help them heal.  This  may be part of the reason these professionals must turn to medication  as the primary method of assisting their clients.