Privacy Policy

  • The only personal information we collect about visitors to our site is what they willingly and knowingly provide us in contact forms or in direct e-mail.
  • We do not, and will not, convey personal information concerning our Web site visitors or clients to any third party.
  • We use personal information concerning Web site visitors only for the explicit intent for which it was submitted (e.g., to send out brochures, reply to inquiries, or to sign them up for requested e-mailings).
  • Any questions concerning the privacy and security of your personal information can be directed to:

    Pam Drennan
    Drennan & Associates
    6060 N. Central Expressway, Ste. 308
    Dallas, TX 75206
    214-368-7373

What do you mean by "Christian Counseling"?


"Christian Counseling" refers to the Biblical foundation on which our counseling is based. The Old and New Testament writings provide us with foundational knowledge about who we are, who God is, and how we are designed to relate to God, each other and creation. They also give us insight into the core problems of the human soul.

What is a Licensed Professional Counselor?


A Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) is a counselor who is licensed by the state of Texas. The licensed individual has completed a graduate degree in one of the counseling fields, passed the Licensed Professional Counselor board exam, and completed the 3,000 required supervised intern hours. Licenses are maintained through required continuing education.

What is a licensed Professional Counselor Intern?


A Licensed Professional Counselor Intern (LPC) is a counselor who has a graduate degree in a counseling field, has passed the required state board exam in counseling, and is working toward completing 3,000 hours of supervised counseling work.

What is a Pastoral Counselor?


A Pastoral Counselor is a counselor who has mental health training as well as specialized training in the spiritual components of humanity. They are noted for helping individuals, couples and families draw upon their spiritual resources in order to achieve healing and wholeness both within themselves and in relation to God and other people.