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Clear Creek Community Church Counseling Center offers professional counseling services to children, adolescents, individuals, and families.

Clear Creek’s approach to counseling is Christ-centered and biblically-based. Our counselors assist clients in learning healthy boundaries, coping skills, parenting skills, and healthy self-care in order to improve their quality of life and become more fully devoted followers of Christ.

Common Reasons for Seeking Counseling

• Depression
• Stress and anxiety
• Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
• Bipolar Disorder
• Obsessive compulsive behavior
• Anger and resentment
• Grief and loss
• Family conflict
• Marital issues*
• Boundary issues with adult children*
• Behavioral challenges at home and school**
• Emotional care for special needs children**

*Adult specific
**Child and adolescent specific


Tara Warner | Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, Chemical Dependency Counselor

Tara holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Master of Science in Counseling. She is dual licensed as a Professional Counselor and a Chemical Dependency Counselor. Her experience includes working with adolescents, adults and couples with a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, anger, substance abuse, and mood and personality disorders. She specializes in couples and marriage counseling. Tara began practicing counseling at Clear Creek Community Church in 2016.

To arrange an appointment with Tara call 281-338-5433 ext. 1158, or email [email protected]

Debra Thompson | Registered Nurse, Licensed Professional Counselor

Debra holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Master of Arts in Behavioral Sciences. She has been licensed as a professional counselor since 1983. As a registered nurse, she specialized in pediatric and psychiatric nursing and has worked in several hospitals as well as inpatient psychiatric treatment centers. As a counselor, she specializes in working with children, adults, and families coping with mental health issues and other life controlling problems. She does not practice marriage counseling. Debra began practicing counseling at Clear Creek Community Church in 2011.

Currently, Debra is not accepting new clients.

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