Offering healing, hope and education in the pastoral tradition


Dr. Doyle Hamilton Describes Available Counseling Services

The ministry is open to all persons and is designed to assist individuals in solving their problems of growth, living and working in a manner consistent with the Christian faith. The Counseling Center is designed to help facilitate the process of growth and change.

A standard fee is charged for counseling services. The fee is discussed and agreed upon in the first session. Some financial assistance may be available for persons and families in need.

Throughout the year, a variety of educational and support ministries are provided which include "Hope for Grieving Children," "Preparing for Marriage'" "Grief Support Group," "Rebuilding After Divorce," "The Aging Family," and "Marriage and Enrichment."

Doyle R. Hamilton, III, D.Min., LMFT is a certified pastoral counselor (Fellow) with the American Association of Pastoral Counselors (AAPC) and also licensed as a marriage and family therapist (LMFT) through the Georgia Composite Board. He has over 30 years in practice.

To schedule an appointment, call Dr. Doyle Hamilton, Pastoral Counselor on his confidential voice mail (770) 344-0310 or e-mail him at doyle@fbroswell.org.    Leave a confidential voice message and he will return your call as soon as possible.


Preparing for Marriage

Research has shown that couples who participate in premarital education have more realistic expectations, handle conflict better and have improved communication skills.  This workshop will introduce couples to a number of useful tools and skills to get you off to a healthy beginning. 

Depending on the schedule of weddings, one day workshops are periodically offered for a group. 

The next scheduled workshop has not been scheduled at this time.
However, engaged couples can call to inquire about other options for premarital education.


Hope for Grieving Children provides a safe and supportive environment where children grieving a death can share their experiences with each other.  This program offers a unique opportunity for children to begin and continue their journey as they move through the healing process.  This program also extends supportive services to family, caregivers, schools and the community.

The Hope for Grieving Children program believes every child deserves the opportunity to grieve in a supportive and understanding environment.

The program encourages the expression of grief experience verbally and through creative positive play within a peer group setting.  The groups are open to grieving children ages 4 to 16.

For More Information:
www.hopeforgrievingchildrengeorgia.org
(770) 334-0310

The Fall group will begin after Labor Day.
Please check back for specific dates.


717 Mimosa Boulevard
Roswell, Georgia

If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Doyle Hamilton.