About Tom Joseph, PH.D., L.C.P.C

About Tom Joseph, PH.D., L.C.P.C

Family, Marriage, Christian Life Anxiety & Depression

For compassionate guidance and counseling in Parker, CO and the Denver area, call At the Well Ministries today. Dr. Joseph offers everything from depression and anxiety counseling to family counseling. Tom was awarded a PhD in Biblical Behavior Studies pertaining to Ministry in September 2011. He also holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Christian Counseling and is a member of the National Christian Counselors Association. He has countless hours in family counseling and marriage counseling, and has been a radio talk show host for seven years in Denver Colorado, and is an author of his book Why We Stay Stuck.

He was a senior Pastor for five years of a new church plant he pioneered, and served as a Family Life Minister for two years with another church body. Tom has years of hospital experience, which include: direct patient care, pharmacy, and over three years of in-house mental health/addiction treatment with adolescents and adults- this experience includes counseling for anxiety and depression counseling. Tom has had personal experience dealing with family and close associations he had to learn to overcome himself. Tom’s direct approach gets to the core of the issue which offers solutions in the most difficult situations.

Early Years

In high school and college, Tom was an accomplished athlete in the sport of wrestling . He was president of two of his high school classes and was captain, and an undefeated state champion in Michigan of his 1976 State championship wrestling team. Tom went on to take third in the nation in the sport of wrestling his freshman year at Grand Rapids Jr. collage. After finishing most of his undergraduate work, he went on to coach wrestling to all ages as a community contribution. As his hobby, he now continues to referee all ages in the sport of wrestling as a member of the Colorado High School Athletic Association.

Family

Tom and his wife Vicki have raised and helped put five children through college.