Care & Support,

Pathways Christian Counseling Center

Pathways Christian Counseling Center offers professional, Biblical counseling services for individual, pre-marital, and marriage/family issues. Whether you or someone you care about struggles with anxiety and mood disorders, sexuality issues, career guidance, spiritual issues, conflict resolution, relational issues, or grief/loss, Pathways services extend to all age groups, including children and adolescents. Clients receive caring, competent, and confidential help to move toward healthy solutions.

We are located at 515 N. Ervay St. Dallas, TX 75201

If you have any questions or concerns, please call the counseling center directly at 214.969.2456.

See a list of our Pathways Counseling Center specific ministries below:

 

Christian Survivors of Suicide Loss is an on-going, year-round support group for those who have been affected by suicide, including family members, survivors themselves, and those struggling with thoughts of suicide.  Please Register HERE to attend.

For those who are separate, going through or recently divorced. Please Register HERE to attend.

GriefShare is a 13-week grief recovery support group designed to walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences.  Please Register HERE to attend.

Shelter from the Storm is a 13- week Christ-centered support/recovery group for women, designed to heal the emotional wounds related to sexual abuse. Please Register HERE to attend. 

Waiting In Hope Waiting In Hope is a 9-week support group for women experiencing infertility and/or repeated miscarriages. Please Register HERE to attend.

 

To download our Pathway’s Christian Counseling Informed Consent Form click here.
To download our Pathway’s Christian Counseling Intake Form click here.

MEET OUR COUNSELORS: 

Pamela R. Greene | Pathways Counseling Center Director

Pamela R. Greene is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor with over 20 years of experience in counseling individuals, couples, and children. Her expertise is abuse issues, depression and anxiety, premarital/marital, and play therapy. Pam also oversees DivorceCare, GriefShare, and several other support groups as the Director of Pathways Counseling Center. Her professional associations include the American Association of Christian Counselors, Christian Counselors of Texas, and the local chapter of C. A. P. S.

Pam and her late husband have three grown children who all serve in helping professions. She enjoys healthy cooking, speed walking, and traveling.

Steve Hunter | Licensed Professional Counselor

Dr. Steve Hunter is a Professor of Psychology and Counseling at Criswell College. After graduating from Texas A & M with his Bachelor of Science, Steve received a Master of Divinity Degree (M.Div.) from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He also holds a second Master’s degree and an Ed. D from Texas A & M and a D. Min. from Mid America Baptist Seminary.

Steve is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Supervisor (L.P.C.-S.) and a National Certified Counselor (N.C.C.) His specializations include marriage counseling, trauma intervention, and working with men on issues such as pornography. He is also a former pastor and missionary with the International Mission Board. Steve and his wife have seven kids.

Georgina L. Hickman | Licensed Professional Counselor-Associate 

Georgina is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Associate under the supervision of Pam R. Greene, LPC-S. She recently graduated from Dallas Theological Seminary with her M.A. in Biblical Counseling and a B.A in Psychology and Spanish from the University of New Mexico. She is bilingual in English and Spanish, experienced in working with adult and adolescent females in both individual and group counseling settings, is a trauma-informed counselor, and EMDR trained. She is passionate about developing healthy and trusting relationships centered on empathy, dignity, and caring for others the way Christ cares for us all. Georgina’s specialties include sexual trauma and abuse issues, depression and anxiety, suicidal ideation, multicultural issues, divorce, and relational wounds. In addition to counseling, she leads a Shelter from the Storm group at First Baptist Dallas for healing from sexual abuse.

When she is not counseling, Georgina enjoys teaching fitness classes at a local fitness studio, scoping out new coffee shops, traveling, and spending time with her Shih Tzu pup, Mateo.