Find a better life beyond addictions, anger, anxiety, depression, perfectionism & poor self-worth.

What is Truth Encounter?

by Don Mondell, BCCLC

Board Certified Mental Health & Wellness Life Coach

Truth Encounter is a form of meditative prayer effective in helping a Christian who may struggle with addictions, anxiety, anger, depression, self-worth or perfectionism.

The process is led by a trained facilitator who uses the Bible to guide the practice and evaluate results.

Truth Encounter Facts

  • Some Christians are “broken” Christians; they struggle with addictions, anger, anxiety, depression, self-worth, or perfectionism. These issues are often “symptoms” of unresolved or improperly resolved childhood trauma. In turn, the symptoms then negatively affect their marriage and other relationships, as well.

  • Most broken Christians attend church and may read the Bible, pray & visit Christian groups & gatherings.

  • Many broken Christians never mention their issues to friends, family or non-professionals because they are ashamed or frightened of what other Christians will think of them.

  • Many broken Christians seek help from a pastor or counselor and still cannot overcome their issues.

  • Most broken Christians can be helped with Truth Encounter.

Truth Encounter Articles

Why Is It Called Truth Encounter?

Why Does Truth Encounter Work?

How Does Truth Encounter Work?

Is Truth Encounter The Same Thing As Counseling?

Is Theophostic, Sozo or Inner Healing The Same As Truth Encounter?

Who Needs Truth Encounter?

Who Does Not Need Truth Encounter?

What Do Truth Encounter Critics Say?

Is Truth Encounter Biblical?

How I Learned About Truth Encounter

Why Some People Will Fail After Truth Encounter

If your interest is to gain a basic understanding of what has happened in the brain of an adult survivor of childhood abuse & trauma, the work of the following Christian professionals is a good beginning.

The Neurology of Grief and the Impact of Loss on the Brain, Linda Mintle, Ph.D.

Grief, Health, and Well-being – Comorbidity and Mental Disorders, Linda Mintle, Ph.D.

Spiritual Assessment with the Bereaved,  Kevin Ellers, D.Min.

Interpersonal Neurobiology and the Nine Domains of Integration, Curt Thompson, M.D.

Understanding the Brain, God’s Design, Mind, Renewal, and Neuroplasticity, Fred DiBlasio, Ph.D.