Mission: The purposes of christian psychological center, inc. (the "cpc") are to bring glory and honor to the name of jesus christ by expressing his concern, compassion, and sympathy for those in any distress, whether it be spiritual, emotional, marital, or personal, by providing the highest level of counseling available. This counseling is to integrate biblical authority with sound psychological principles. The emphasis is threefold in nature "educational, preventative, and curative" and offers a christian ministry (a) to promote the concept of wholeness in the person, family, and community by providing psychological treatment, education, consultation, and research to churches, schools, industry, families, and individuals; and (b) to do such other things as are incidental, proper, or necessary to carry out the foregoing purposes; and (c) to do all acts and things lawful for not for profit corporations under the tennessee nonprofit corporation act.
Programs: Psychological counseling & testing -- (16,543 persons benefitted) psychological counseling & testing to private clients, community based missions, agencies, programs (educational, preventative, curative), and individuals.
donated services -- (1,447 persons benefitted) with the offering of various financial assistance discounts, we are able to offer lower fees to provide services to the underserved or disadvantaged people in the community. These people may not otherwise be able to receive psychological services.
community outreach (church & urban ministries) - (500 persons benefitted) through grants and funds donated by other entities to our organization, we are able to further extend our ministry by offering consultations and counseling services through a variety of churches and urban ministries. With this financial support, we are able to offer encouragement and guidance to these ministries in dealing with their daily stresses and issues. Revenue and expense allocations are estimated.
therapy groups, parent education seminars, workshops - (250 persons benefitted)