Caring Well Counseling offers compassionate, professional counseling services to individuals and families.


Meet Matt

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. I strive to provide gracious counseling to anyone regardless of circumstances and know the power of an empathic witness in our life situations.

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Meet Bill

Hello. I’m Bill Evans, I have been coaching and counseling since 2006. In 2011, I graduated from Western Michigan University with a Master of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology.

I am effective in working with people suffering from stress, anxiety, and depression. I am passionate about helping people overcome feelings of hopelessness and restoring the joy and peace of mind they deserve in life.

In addition, I work to help individuals remove the emotional, physical, and spiritual barriers that restrict them from being their healthiest and best selves.

With every client type and presenting challenge I strive to be non-judgmental, compassionate and committed to progress. I have found that a collaborative style works well and will engage clients between sessions as needed to provide support and encouragement, reinforce concepts, and maintain momentum toward positive change.

I believe that trust is essential to the process of counseling In order to allow you to make an informed decision on beginning a counseling relationship with me, I offer a free introductory consultation to allow you to explore any questions or concerns you may have.

I look forward to meeting you and helping you move positively and courageously forward on life’s journey.

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Meet Ben

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.

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