There are experiences in life that crush us. Whether it’s the agony of divorce, the anguish of betrayal, or the indescribable distress birthed from trauma, some chapters of our lives place us at Suffering’s front door.
When navigating these painful moments, you can feel like you're all alone, as if no one understands. That's a lie. There is a community of people who desire to walk alongside you, not only to help you heal but to draw closer to God. Schedule a consultation with one of our trauma-specialized counselors.
Meet Our Counselors
Dr. Pamela Adams
Originally from Fayetteville, North Carolina, Reverend Dr. Pamela Adams is the Director of Spiritual Life and University Chaplain at Delaware State University. A true Southern Belle at heart, she stands on the values of faith, family, friendship and fried chicken! She served proudly in the United States Air Force for 9 ½ years, while simultaneously matriculating through Seminary and obtaining undergraduate, graduate and terminal degrees in Theology. An expert in the arena of spiritual rehabilitation with over 14 years of experience, she has received training in Clinical Pastoral Education and Family Advocacy at the Durham Veterans Affairs Medical Center and the world-renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital, as well as certification in Christian Counseling through the National Christian Counselors Association of Sarasota, Florida. Chaplain Pam also serves as Spiritual Advisor at the Maryland Center for Addiction Treatment. She also serves as President of The Ann & Isaiah Project, a 501(c)3 organization committed to providing support to individuals suffering from the effects of substance use disorder. She has a great listening ear and is available to assist individuals and families on their spiritual and emotional journeys.
I come to Faith on the Journey with over 29 years of experience as a spiritual care provider. I’m a graduate of Truman State University and Eden Theological Seminary. My wife Cathy and I were married in 2007 and we reside in eastern Missouri.
I served churches as an ordained clergy person for 12 years. In 2004 I participated in a 12-month Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) Residency at Forest Park Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri, where I successfully attained 5 units of CPE. Currently, I work as a spiritual care coordinator for a Hospice and have served in this capacity since 2005. I recently taught for American Public University as an adjunct faculty member in their Undergraduate Psychology and Religion departments. From 2016 to 2020 I served as a Pastoral Care Minister, facilitating grief groups, overseeing a team of pastoral care volunteers, and providing direct pastoral care to church members. I feel blessed and excited to be joining Faith on the Journey as a Trauma Healing Guide.
He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds. Psalms 147:3 NIV