Client Testimonials & Reviews of Transformed Hearts Counseling

“This service has been a game-changer for me.  Many blessings to you and Cory.” A. F. (Group Client)

“A couple days ago I was reflecting on how blessed we are to have 4 healthy grandchildren. I thanked God for all the wonderful gifts He has given us and for looking after our family and keeping us safe. I began thinking how different our lives would have been if I continued my path of lies, deceit and addiction. I realized how grateful I am to be free of that lifestyle and to have a loving relationship with my wife, my family and Jesus. Cory, you played a huge role in lifting me up to Jesus. In your advice you were honest, firm and consistent. You were also patient, loving and kind. You are one of the most influential people in my life. God has given you a true gift to help lift men up to Jesus from their addiction, thank you for sharing it with me.” J. H. (Client)

“I don’t know if you remember us but we took intensive therapy with you a little over three years ago. I just wanted to update you. I am here in my room packing up the house for yet another move and stumbled on our workbooks. I forgot them at the top of the closet for all these years. Thumbing through them, I see the pages filled, and I am so thankful to not be in that place anymore. It was the hardest place I had ever been in my life. I remember a lot of the therapy and a lot of the things that happened between us. I guess all the memories were also lost up on a shelf covered in dust. The funny thing is, for the past year it’s been over though. The memories are over. The pain is over. The heartache that was caused is over. Love and trust however has filled the void. Last month was our five year anniversary, and we just had a baby girl six months ago. Our little baby that we brought with us is four years old this Christmas and is rocking pre-K. We are in one of the happiest and closest years we have ever been in. It has taken two years, workbooks, therapy, loving, fighting, patience, apologizing, forgiveness, laughter, friendship and learning that it can’t just be like it used to be. It has taken time to respect that we needed to make ourselves happy first and find ourselves again, before we could come together, because we weren’t the same people anymore. I wanted to thank you for your kindness. Your work with us. We know we have trials a head, storms to navigate. We know we might not always be close as we are now, and might have our tiffs and be apa