At Grace Mosaic, we really do believe that we are a community made up of many “broken pieces”. This is the very reason why grace takes such a central place in our community- we are all broken and in need of God’s restorative grace. We expect to experience God’s grace by participating in worship on Sunday morning and living in Christian community throughout the week. But sometimes we may need the attention and care of a trained professional who can equip us with fresh perspective and new tools for navigating our own hearts and particularly challenging life situations. So we offer counseling services at Grace Mosaic and can highly commend our staff counselor Dr. Jackie Griffith. Many people in our community can attest to how helpful Jackie’s counsel and care have been in their lives.
Jackie provides counseling services for the entire Grace DC network of congregations. Here is some information that will be helpful for you to know as you consider the possibility of getting counseling.
Call 703-408-5584 for availability, general inquiries, or referrals. If you prefer, you may also email Jackie. Appointments are available Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11am to 5:30pm at the Grace DC main office (637 Indiana Ave NW, Washington, DC 20004; Metro: Green/Yellow lines, Archives station).
$110 per hour. Please make checks payable to “Grace Presbyterian Church,” memo “Counseling” and bring your payment with you at time of appointment. Sorry, no insurance is accepted; however, financial assistance is offered by the church.
Please don’t allow money to be a barrier if you need counseling help. If you need financial assistance, please complete the Counseling Assistance Form and submit this to email@example.com. Our diaconate will keep your request in confidence and will follow up with you regarding your request.
All persons who visit the church office for counseling will be held in strict confidence by the Grace DC staff.
Dr. Jackie Griffith is a graduate of the University of Maryland (B.A., 1974) and the University of Pittsburgh (Ph.D., 1983) and is a Christian Counselor. She served on the staff of the Ligonier Valley Study Center and since 1982 has raised five children, counseled and taught in a variety of settings and served in pastoral ministry with her husband. Jackie is married to Dr. Howard Griffith, professor of theology at Reformed Theological Seminary here in Washington, DC. She and her family are a part of New Hope Presbyterian Church.