However, when living abroad, it can be hard to find the help that we need. In Korea, English speaking counselors are hard to come by.
As a pastor, people sometimes ask me to recommend a good method for getting counseling here in Korea. Unfortunately, there aren't any therapists comfortable doing counseling in Cheonan (where I live). However, there are other options:
In Korea (Seoul):
- Adaptable Human Solutions (AHS) - A large Western-style counseling service in Seoul, with native English speaking and Western-licensed counselors. www.ahskorea.com, 02-749-7915, info[at]ahskorea.com. (Note, I will not include the @ symbol in email addresses to prevent computer spammers from sending my friends and acquaintances lots of junk.)
- Torch Trinity Christian Counseling Center A service of Torch Trinity Graduate School of Theology. http://ttccc.ttgst.ac.kr/, 02-570-7115.
- Seoul Christian Counseling Services - Rev. Prince Charles Oteng-Boateng (MDiv, LPC). www.seoulchristiancounseling.com, 010-4181-5694.
- Catholic Priests
- Kelvin Barrett (Australia): kelvinfbarrett[at]hotmail.com, 010-7741-1437 or 010-7742-1437
- Sean Conneely (Ireland): scssc[at]hotmail.com, 010-2895-6430
Via Skype or Phone:
- Roy Rotz (Kansas, USA): Counseling Connection, LLC. PhD, etc. royrotz[at]gmail.com, 816-830-0115
- Naomi Orvis (Canada): MDiv Counseling. http://naomiorvis.com, norvis[at]rogers.com, 416-671-0562.