LPCS, LCAS, CCS
Troy is the founder of Agape Counseling Associates, Inc. Although his career began with extensive work in inpatient hospital care in the field of Mental Health and Chemical Dependency with adults and children, his desire and concentrated focus began to include work with marriage and family believing that building strong relational foundations is vital to successful living. Troy is passionate about helping those who struggle with pornography and its effects on their lives and relationships, helping them to find restoration through the counseling process. At the heart of his approach lies a core belief that every individual is meant for a relationship with their Creator and therefore finds meaning and purpose in life. His theoretical approach to counseling is to integrate faith with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and principles to help initiate the restorative process for change and healing. Troy is recognized by the North Carolina Board for Licensed Professional Counselors and the North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board to provide Clinical Supervision for candidates pursuing state licensure. He also serves as an adjunct professor for the Department of Psychology at Mt Olive University, is an Ordained Minister, and enjoys traveling and presenting to state organizations and conferences.
You may contact Troy through email for (non emergencies only )to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you wish to discuss matters of clinical nature, please use office voicemail option.
Posts by Troy . . .
In this episode, we flash back to one of our earlier episodes and we talk about "What is hope?"
In this episode, Troy and Chris continue their conversation about leadership and what leadership looks like every day.
This week Chris and Troy talk about Jesus, the resurrection, and leadership.
In this episode, Chris and Troy start a conversation about leadership, what it means to be a leader, and how we can grow as leaders.
In this episode, Chris and Troy continue their conversation about how we can be faithful in the world as we face so much adversity and uncertainty.
In this episode, Troy and Chris talk about lots of things that are going on in the world and how we, as believers, can navigate it all in a faithful way.
Chris and Troy talk again about the importance of identity and some ideas from Chris' new book BAGS.
Chris and Troy talk about the importance of identity and some ideas from Chris' new book BAGS.
In this episode, Troy continues to interview Christ about his new book and the importance of focusing on relationships in our lives.
In this episode, we flip the script, and Troy interviews, Chris, about his upcoming book BAGS: Helping You Kids Lighten the Load." We talk about the concept of the book and we offer some practical suggestions on strengthening relationships with your kids