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  • Welcome!

    Your soul is in pain. You’re looking for hope and healing. You’re searching for someone that can help you process through the hurt of the past. Welcome, you’re in the right place!

    The emotional roller-coasters throughout your life have taken a toll on your body, mind and spirit, and your world is falling apart. You may have been abused emotionally, spiritually, physically, and sexually and were rejected for speaking the truth. All this pain has been buried and repressed. You feel alone, misunderstood, and afraid.

    Your faith is struggling, you may want nothing to do with God or other perfect-looking Christians. You’re here because you want a way out but have no idea what to do. I can help!

    As a Christian, bilingual therapist, I will walk with you on this journey of healing to help you restore your relationship with God, yourself, and those you love. 


    “The Journey to Healing Begins with Surrendering at the Cross”


    I know seeking help can be hard. You’ve likely been debating seeking help for months, if not years. I’m so glad you have taken the courageous step of being here.

    As a vessel used by Christ, I will work to equip you with the necessary tools to help you heal from and move past your challenges. Whatever brought you here, it is important that you know you are not alone. Christ gave His life so yours can be fulfilling and meaningful once again.

    I understand no two individuals are the same, and I tailor our sessions unique to you. We will work together to understand the root cause of your pain and address it with long-lasting changes. 

    If you’re ready to receive the freedom that you’re looking for, contact me today, and let’s get started.

    About Ilona Mikhalchuk

    I am a faith-based therapist that immigrated from Ukraine to America when I was 3 years old. Growing up in the Slavic community revealed aspects of life that left a great impact.

    From unspoken trauma to multi-generational patterns of destructive patterns of behavior, I realized that the health of one’s body, mind, and spirit plays a significant role in one’s identity development and living out their purpose in Christ.