About the Counseling Center
The Counseling Center at Fellowship is a group of independent therapists and counselors under one roof. Together, we make up a team with a wide range of specialties that can help you navigate everything from processing fear to parenting a difficult child. Every counselor is a Christ-follower and trained in Attachment-Based Therapy—to help you discover the root of what’s going on inside rather than simply offering tools or changing your thought process. This special process allows you to face your pain and move toward healing and healthier relationships.
Fellowship Bible Church’s mission is: becoming a community of people who follow Jesus with their whole heart and help others do the same. The Counseling Center is a part of this mission, providing a faith-based way for the church to help people find hope and healing.
If you’re looking for a church home, Fellowship Bible Church invites you to learn more about their ministries, watch a service online, and plan your visit in person.
Cost of Care
We believe everyone should have access to the care they need. That’s why we offer services on a sliding scale based on a family’s or individual’s ability to pay. And because we partner with Fellowship Bible Church, counseling services are available to Fellowship members and attendees, with special financial considerations offered to adoptive families, missionary families, and members who have a need greater than what the sliding scale offers. If you’re in need, please reach out through our Contact Form about your individual situation.
Billing Note: You are protected from balance billing (sometimes called “surprise billing”) when you get emergency care or get treated by an out-of-network provider at an in-network hospital or ambulatory surgical center. Learn your rights under the No Surprises Act.
Just off of I-65 between Concord Rd and Old Hickory Blvd, our convenient location makes it easy for you to get the help you need.
500 Wilson Pike Circle
Unit 223 in Building 3
Brentwood, TN 37027
Frequently Asked Questions
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