Dr. Patricia Senger
Dr. Patricia Senger
MSW in Clinical Social Work
Doctorate in Human Services
Member of the National Association of Social Work
Member of the American Association of Christian Counselors.
Dr. Patricia Tobin Senger holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work (MSW) and a Doctorate Degree (PhD) in Human Services. Patricia graduated with Magna cum laude honors (with great distinction) and her experience in counseling spans over 30 years. Additionally, she holds the ACHP-SW, which is the Advanced Certified Hospice and Palliative Care Social Worker designation.
Patricia has a strong background in counseling and her predominant interest is in working with individuals and couples who cope with significant life challenges / changes and those who face an unexpected loss in life related to death and dying. This can include loss of a spouse, a parent, a sibling, a friend, and a beloved family member. This can also include loss of a pet, as pets surely hold a significant place in our lives.
Philosophy of Christian Coaching and Counseling:
“My focus as a Christian Counselor is to help individuals regain a sense of hope despite life’s unexpected
challenges and events. I believe that life has many challenges, and that sometimes along the way individuals may
need the support of a spiritually focused counselor to achieve a better understanding of themselves and God’s
future plan for their lives. Life has obstacles that may interfere with our God-given purpose, and sometimes we
need guidance and different perspectives to help us on our life journey. My goal as a Christian coach and
counselor is to provide practical and spiritually based solutions that serve to develop solutions after unexpected
life challenges and events occur.”
Grief and Loss, Anxiety, Mild to Moderate Depression, Mood Disorders, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders,
Codependency Related to Substance Abuse Disorders, Divorce and Separation, Relationship Problems, and
Marital Discord, Grief and Loss, Anxiety, Depression.
Relational Issues including Partner.
Family and Occupational Problems.
Adjustment Concerns Related to Life and Career Change.