Dr. Doris L. Walters
Founder

Dr. Walters founded this counseling ministry in 1993. A veteran of 23 years on the mission field, Dr. Doris L. Walters is keenly aware of the stresses and challenges faced by missionaries and their families. Her ministry to them is unique in combining extensive training and experience in pastoral counseling with specialized counseling techniques.
As a missionary in Japan, Doris guided the development of Fukuoka Friendship house, a student center near the campus of Seinan Gakuin University, and served as its director for over 16 years. She also served as the pastoral counselor for Tokyo Lifeline for three years.
Doris's counseling credentials are augmented by her experience as a junior college professor at Southwest Baptist Girl's School in Japan and as a minister of youth at two Baptist churches in the United States. She holds a Doctor of Ministry degree in pastoral counseling and membership in the American Association of Pastoral Counselors. She is a Diplomate with the American Psychotherapy Association. In 1993-94, Doris was elected to Who's Who Among American Women, a distinction accorded to one women in three thousand. In 1995, she was chosen for Who's Who in the World, then, in 1996-1997, she was selected for Who's Who in Executives and Professionals.
She is the author of the book Missionary Children Caught Between Cultures Second Edition-1996.

Dr. Walters is currently living in Wilmington North Carolina.

Doris Walters has written a second book-The Untold Story: Missionary Kids Speak From The Ends Of The Earth is available from the author

 
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