The Counseling Ministry of Fellowship Monrovia knows that all of us face various difficulties along life’s way. We sometimes need help in finding solutions. When life hurts and you don’t know where to turn, we are here to help—whether you’ve experienced crisis, abuse, addiction, loss, or pain—or you are simply searching for hope and wanting to learn how to move forward to healing and wholeness.
Allowing us to come alongside you in your time of need starts with a confidential phone call 626.239.8109 x 1213 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Within 48 hours, you will receive a response.
Becky White is a single mom of 4 grown sons. Her oldest son Trevor is 25 and she has triplets that are 20. Boone and Logan are juniors in college and her other son Cameron is severely handicapped and lives in a group home in Riverside. An avid athlete, Becky was as 8-time All-American at BIOLA University where she was recently inducted into their inaugural Hall of Fame class. Becky is also a member of the City of Riverside Sport Hall of Fame class of 2013. She serves as Director of Counsel, Care, & Recovery at Fellowship Monrovia after previously serving on the Ministry Team at The Grove Community Church in Riverside for the last 17 years. She is finalizing her Masters in Marriage and Family Degree as a Clinical Therapist this spring. As an author and speaker Becky brings the experiences and learning from raising her sons into a vibrant and engaging teaching ministry.
Areen Fakhoury is originally from Jordan but calls SoCal home as well. She graduated from Azusa Pacific University with her Bachelors in Psychology with an emphasis in Clinical Counseling. She's currently in the pursuit of her MS in Marriage and Family Therapy at Fuller Theological Seminary. Areen fell in love with Fellowships value in a multi-ethnic community and spreading the Gospel. She is passionate about having everyone feel known, valued and equal along with massive amounts of coffee and traveling.