Counseling for Men

Jim Farm, M.Div., MA, LMFT, Therapist/Counselor

Jim Farm

M.Div., MA, LMFT, Therapist/Counselor

Christopher Hardesty

M.A., MBA/Counselor

Josh Moon

M.Div., Ph.D./Counselor

If you are a man struggling to control unwanted sexual behaviors, ranging from fantasy to pornography use, masturbation to prostitution, affairs and various fetish behaviors, we invite you to contact us today.

Jim Farm, M.A., MDiv., LMFT is an experienced therapist and counselor, who has been trained by Dr. Mark Laaser in the treatment of sexual addiction behaviors and has been counseling men for many years.

Chris Hardesty, M.A., MBA, has a passion for helping those under the bondage of sexual brokenness experience freedom. The counseling Chris offers is informed by a unique blend of his own recovery journey, professional counseling experience, and business background. He holds a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling from Denver Seminary and a master’s degree in business administration.

Josh Moon, M.Div., Ph.D., brings experience in counseling, pastoring, and teaching. He provides counseling to men struggling with sexual purity issues, co-facilitates our weekly men’s counseling groups and leads one of our small break-out groups at the Men of Valor Intensive Workshops.

He provides counseling to men struggling with sexual purity issues, co-facilitates weekly men’s counseling groups, and leads break-out groups at the Men of Valor Intensive Workshops.

If you are struggling with sexual purity issues, we encourage you to contact us today, 952-746-3880, to schedule an appointment with Jim, Chris or Josh.

Whereas support groups emphasize control of sexual acting out behaviors, our counseling groups focus on the underlying spiritual and emotional issues that contribute to sex addiction. Unlike support groups, these groups are led by a counselor who will control the interaction of the group. A counselor will often encourage group members to share their own issues for feedback from other members. A counselor may also use various therapeutic techniques to facilitate individual healing. These techniques would be done in front of the whole group as opposed to an individual counseling session. It is often the case that the whole group learns from the work one member does.

At Faithful & True, counseling groups meet weekly for two hours. We have groups for men struggling with sexual sobriety and for wives or women who are in relationship with a struggling man. The cost per group session is $65We are not a provider for insurance companies, nor do we submit insurance claims.

Groups are open-ended in that a person can join at any time and may “graduate” from the group when they have reached certain therapeutic goals or feel ready to leave. Attendance at these groups may often last for a year or more.

Your participation in one of our groups begins by scheduling an individual appointment to begin the counseling relationship with Faithful & True. History, assessment of needs, and appropriate placement in groups is discussed. Men are requested to meet with one of our counselors before joining a group and women are required to meet with Debbie Laaser or Susie Smidt before joining one of our women’s groups.

All groups require confidentiality to create safety for those involved.

If you would like more information about our counseling groups, or would like to schedule an initial assessment meeting with one of our counselors, please call 952.746.3880 or email us: info@faithfulandtrue.com