Physician Testimonial: Danny Felty, M.D., Virginia Medical Interventionalists

December 12, 2007

I would like to address my remarks primarily to the physician community…

Over the last several years, I have had the privilege of being involved in an advisory capacity with the Footsteps Christian Counseling Center, and I am happy to share my full support of their work.

In the provision of modern medical care, it is well documented and supported by evidence that a more holistic approach to medical care is both ethical and well received by patients. The various schools of medical training have successfully adopted models of mind, body, spirit for appropriate evaluation and treatment. There have been numerous studies to suggest that faith based initiatives are central to meeting the demands of treatment for this whole person approach.

It has been my experience over the last decade that the faith based community has been eagerly seeking such services and are now just beginning to find qualified, credentialed providers such as the clinicians at Footsteps Christian Counseling Center in Richmond, Virginia.

As our community continues to grow, Footsteps is doing a wonderful job of expanding its resources and personnel to meet ballooning needs without compromising its commitment to quality and professionalism.

It has been my personal experience that they have provided a phenomenal service to my patients and to numerous patients of other providers. And I wholeheartedly support their efforts to forming relationships with other medical providers and faith based organizations.

In closing, I would like to openly request that you consider Footsteps Christian Counseling Center for referral of your patients in need of faith based counseling. My personal and professional experience is that they have done an extraordinary job and will continue to expand their services to meet the needs of our community. I would invite any questions or further inquiry to be directed to the Director of Footsteps, Cherie Nuckols.


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