BGCT Counseling Services for BSM Staff

Issues They Can Help With:
  • Depression/Burnout
  • Mood Disorders
  • Addictions
  • Marital Struggles
  • Parenting
  • Children
  • Personal Growth
  • Caregiving
  • Abuse
  • Pre-Marital
  • Grief/Loss
  • And More
Have you ever had a difficult personal or family situation come up and wished you had a trusted confidential person to discuss the matter with? Or maybe you have struggled with a particular issue and would like to know about a resource you could tap into that would offer new insight or ways to cope. If you have experienced situations like these, then you will be glad to know that, as an employee of the BGCT, you have assistance available to you through Texas Baptist Counseling Services. If you've not experienced struggles like these, then know that we are still here for you if you need assistance in the future.

Texas Baptist Counseling Services can offer help through counseling* and educational resources. BGCT employees may also be eligible for financial assistance to access counseling resources as long as funds are available. All you need to do is contact the Counseling Services Director, Katie Swafford, to discuss needs and options and learn more about the services and assistance available to you and your immediate family.

There is no cost to speak with the Director regarding your needs and the resources available. All discussions are confidential and information will not be shared with any other BGCT personnel unless the Director determines there is potential risk of harm to self or others. In such cases, appropriate ethical measures would be taken. Our professional network includes licensed counselors, licensed clinical social workers, licensed marriage and family therapists, chemical dependency counselors, psychologists, and a couple of psychiatrists located across the state
of Texas. To find out more, contact:

Katie Swafford
Director of Texas Baptist Counseling Services
214-887-5488 or 800-388-2005
Katie.swafford@texasbaptists.org
2nd Floor, North, East Side Wall