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 in our life situations. My areas of focus include sexuality, trauma, and pornography addiction. In my counseling, I utilize CBT techniques, narrative therapy, and spirituality to help each client assess and meet their underlying needs in ways that leads to a connected, present, and thriving life.

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Meet Kerri

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.

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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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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 free introductory consultations 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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