Lasting Hope for Life’s Hardships

Fieldstone Counseling exists to engage with life’s experiences through biblically-based, Christ-centered, and clinically informed counsel.


Fieldstone Counseling is committed to serving our community and local churches through biblically-based counseling.


“At Fieldstone Counseling you will find humility, hope, and help in a place where you are befriended and known deeply.”

Ed Welch, M.Div., Ph.D.

CCEF Faculty Member


“Fieldstone is carving out a new category. They serve hurting people by offering high-quality counseling that's both guided by the Word of God and honors the importance of local church communities. The counselors at Fieldstone are trained to address the complexities of a person’s troubles with humble confidence that God is always speaking a better word through Jesus Christ”

Jeremy Pierre, M.Div., Ph.D.

Lawrence & Charlotte Hoover Professor of Biblical Counseling
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary


“I’ve known Jonathan Holmes as a friend and counselor for several years. I have personally seen the benefits that a parachurch counseling ministry can provide. This is why I’m excited about the people, marriages, and families that will be blessed through the ministry of Fieldstone Counseling.”

Brad Hambrick, M.Div., Th.M.

Pastor of Counseling, The Summit Church
Assistant Professor of Biblical Counseling, SEBTS
Council Member of The Biblical Counseling Coalition


“There is a great need for counseling centers that are built on the foundation of the gospel, connected to the local church, clinically-informed, and provide spaces for people to encounter the hope of Christ. I am excited for what Fieldstone Counseling will mean for the city and churches of Cleveland and beyond.”

Jason Kovacs, M.A., C.B.C.

Executive Director, Gospel Care Collective
Co-Founder, Together for Adoption

We like to describe the counseling process using a simple metaphor.

Latest Resources

What Brings You In Today?

When we think about taking a step toward counseling, whether researching options or submitting forms and scheduling an appointment, we may feel uncertain or anxious, and we may be second-guessing if we can muster up the courage to do it. Those are normal apprehensions. Asking for help – admitting we are unable to affect change on our own – is a practice that requires a measure of tender self-awareness and deliberate trust in our Great Helper.

Near the Cross

I love how lyrics bubble up in our minds, like small flowers upended from the seafloor during the ebb and flow of life. On a quiet drive, a long walk, or when I’m cleaning my house, my ears are wide open to God’s voice. When a precious phrase or refrain springs up from the depths, I recognize the work of the Holy Spirit. It grabs my attention. It leaves a mark.


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