631 North Cummings Lane
Washington, IL

Counseling to meet the needs of the whole family...

     - Couples Therapy
     - Individual Counseling
     - Anger Management
     - Depression Counseling
     - P.T.S.D. Issues
     - Stress Management
     - Anxiety and Panic Issues
     - Eating Disorders


Walt Nunnely - MA, NCC, LCPC, CADC, MISA1
Bob Martin - MACM, Th.M, CAMS1, CAMT, CPC

Bob Martin

Bob has a diverse, well-rounded professional background. An ordained minister since 1983, he has worked as a Certified Pastoral Counselor with families in Central Illinois from various social and cultural backgrounds.

After completing his BA in Small Groups from Lincoln Christian College, Bob worked as a residential and crisis counselor in Peoria. Since completing his MA in Counseling from Lincoln Christian Seminary, Bob has provided services to area families as a Mental Health Therapist. Bob also holds a MA in Theology from Life Christian University and is currently finishing his dissertation for a Doctorate in Ministry, also from Life Christian University.

As a Vietnam Veteran, Bob has worked with fellow veterans dealing with issues associated with PTSD. Bob specializes in family therapy, grief and loss counseling, chronic mental illness, and he and his wife, who is a RN and holds her MA in Theology, do joint premarital and marriage counseling. Bob will be offering several groups meeting a variety of mental health needs.

In-home Therapy is also available for those that do not have the ability to travel.

Bob is also credentialed as a Certified Anger Management Trainer as well as a Certified Anger Management Specialist .

Bob's fees are based on a sliding scale determined by income.

Bob is a life-long resident of the Washington area and has been married to his wife, Debbie, for 41 years. They have 3 grown children and 11 grandchildren. Bob's favorite past-times are studying and teaching God's Word, being with his family, riding his Harley, and watching the Washington High School Panthers- especially football and basketball.
 What does counseling cost?
   - appointments are billed on a sliding scale based on household income, lowest rate is  $30. Per session, and session cost is never more than $75.00.

(A ministry of Grace Fellowship)


- Morning Light Counseling also offers training periodically in Biblical Counseling for ministry and lay ministers.  This training is done over a period of 3 weekends per year, 21 hours of training.  The cost of the training is $285.00 per individual and $450.00 per couple (pre-paid) and $300.00 per individual and $550.00 at the door.

The next scheduled sessions are:
   - To Be Announced
         - sessions consist of ; Friday evening 6-9pm and Saturday 9am - 1pm

 A course of more in-depth study is also offered over a 12 month period of time consisting of 12 modules for $750.00.

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