Mission and Orientation

We are Christian biblical counselors. We believe by aligning our thinking with scripture, we can experience healing and maturity. Our counselors are trained pastoral caregivers. We are not licensed nor credentialed to diagnose mental health conditions nor conduct psychotherapy. We are engaged in providing teaching, comfort, and support to any person desiring psychological and spiritual growth under the administration of Central Faith Church, a religious organization.

                                                                      DPT Skills 

9 week Mental health skills class

DBT is an effective set of skills for people who desire to better manage their emotions and behaviors.
• DBT aims to replace problem behaviors with skillful behaviors.
• DBT skills help people experience a range of emotions without necessarily acting on those emotions.
• DBT distress tolerance skills help improve the moment, sooth distress, and turn the mind from ruminating.
• DBT helps people create a life worth living.
CORE MINDFULNESS SKILLS: Become aware of what you are feeling, why you get upset. Increase your ability to
stay focused on your goals and live true to your values.
 EMOTION REGULATION SKILLS: Learn how to navigate triggers, intense mood changes and/or a steady negative
emotional state. Discover options to replace unhealthy coping strategies.
 DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS: Manage the times you are flooded, stuck, or feeling trapped by your emotions or
situation. Learn to pass through anxiety attacks and overwhelming feelings.
 INTERPERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS: Learn to communicate your needs and wishes, set limits, and remain present
with others who are in distress.

Cost is $100 for one person or $200 for a family. Scholarships available.
Beginning Wednesdays, September 13, 6:30pm-8:30pm
Central Faith Church   |   825 Ave. D, Snohomish

Biblical Counseling

Is most effective for those that are needing support in:

- Processing grief and loss
- Coping with stress and anxiety
- Developing healthy expectations of others
- Solving relationship issues
- Growing a healthy marriage
- Developing parenting skills
- Decision making
- Developing leadership or team building
- Resolving or managing conflict
- Discerning healthy life balance

What do I need to know?

Here are the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions and other important information to help you wherever you are at.


We are trained and licensed to administer several different assessments which can help determine possible areas of need. These assessments help us refer you to vetted Christian psychologists and psychiatrists more qualified than ourselves. This can be a very helpful first step when people know they need help, but don’t know what kind or where to go.


We are a non-profit organization and do not require payment for services. We operate on the donations of our guests and ministry supporters. Services will not be denied for financial reasons. We recommend a donation of $50 for each visit which can last 50 – 90 minutes. If $50 is beyond your current means, we hope you will prayerfully consider what you can give and will perhaps donate to the ministry in the future when you are in a position to “pay it forward.” We are unable to accept insurance of any kind.

Policies & Procedures

To review our Policies & Procedures regarding confidential counseling, please click below.


To assess the level of help needed, and investigate options, please email Jerrie Froelich at jerrie@centralfaith.org.

Get to know me.

Jerrie Froelich is a Board-Certified Pastoral Counselor and current associate pastor of member care and counseling at Central Faith Church. In addition, Jerrie oversees the Life Hub Community Space at Central Faith and teaches DBT Skills classes to help adults, adolescents and families learn to manage their emotions skillfully. She has three decades of experience teaching junior high and high school English, has worked as a pastor of children and families, as an ESL teacher and program director and was a missionary in Haiti for four years. She is a licensed minister with a passion for people and God's Word. She loves to help people find ways to flourish and walks alongside people recovering from grief and trauma. Jerrie and her husband Karl have lived on a small farm in Snohomish since 2003 where they care for their horses, goats, chickens and bees. They have five adopted children and an ever-growing number of grandchildren and godchildren.

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