Caring Well Counseling strives to give compassionate, professional counseling services to individuals and families who are experiencing issues related to sexuality.
Caring WEll counseling Areas of focus include:
- Sexual addiction
- Pornography addiction
- LGBTQ issues
- Sexual trauma and abuse
Meet Our Team
Hi! My name is Matt Krieg, and I am the director of Caring Well Counseling. I have been counseling professionally since 2011 when I graduated from Grand Rapids Theological Seminary with my M.A. in Counseling. My areas of focus include sexuality, trauma, and pornography addiction. My counseling methodology utilizes CBT techniques, narrative therapy, and spirituality to help each client assess and meet their needs in ways that lead to a connected, present, and thriving life.
No matter where you are in your journey, I am honored to be a safe fellow traveler on the road to finding freedom, hope, and peace. My deepest desire is to provide individuals with a safe judgment-free space to be authentically seen, known, and understood. I believe in compassionate grace-filled counseling that addresses and heals the issues that often underlie our painful emotions and behavior patterns. I have experience working with individuals facing: anxiety, depression, relationship issues, concerns relating to sexuality and gender, self-harm, body image issues, grief, and the effects of abuse/trauma. I have a Master of Social Work from Western Michigan University and a Bachelor of Social Work along with a Bible/Theology degree from Kuyper College. I specialize in bringing faith and spirituality into the counseling experience and have extensive training with inner healing prayer from Ashland Theological Seminary.
I feel privileged to be able to walk alongside those journeying through life’s struggles including: sexuality issues, marital struggles, difficult transitions, trauma, deep wounding, anxiety, depression and stress. I strive to help empower individuals to live up to their full potential and develop healthy coping skills and self-esteem in order to begin to heal deep wounds. I believe each client has a unique story to tell and a proper treatment plan is developed around their personal needs and desires. I am passionate about women’s issues, marriage, parenting, emerging adults and spiritual formation.
Hi! My name is Ben Holdredge, and I have been studying psychology and counseling since 2010, earning my B.A. in Psychology from Cedarville University and now pursuing my M.A. in Counseling from Grand Rapids Theological Seminary. I enjoy working with sexual minorities from a trauma-informed perspective while incorporating each person's faith into the counseling process. I use an eclectic approach to counseling that is influenced by CBT, person-centered therapy, and narrative therapy while incorporating the Core Needs model from Hole in My Heart Ministries.