Hi, I'm Tres. I'm glad you're here.
If you are struggling with difficult emotions or dealing with a relationship that's reached a deadlock, you are not alone. Cultivating wisdom and having a positive mindset doesn't come automatically—it takes persistence and motivation.
Counseling can equip you with the strategies needed to overcome challenges, accomplish goals, and find strength for life's journey.
My name is Tres Adames and I am a Christian counselor in Peoria, Arizona. I have helped hundreds of people overcome personal and relational issues. I have 10 years of experience working with children, teens, families, and couples.
If you are a person of faith, you want trustworthy support that not only provides practical wisdom, but also complements and enriches your faith. Let's journey together, so you can discover strength for today, with hope for tomorrow.
You don't have to go through this alone.
Let's start today.
“Tres is knowledgeable about numerous emotional and spiritual challenges and is a gifted communicator.” —Mary Buckman, MA, Wellspring Ministries
"It's only been by the grace of God that we were led to Tres. I would strongly recommend him. I have worked alongside many counselors, psychologists, and therapists in my career, but it's wonderful when you can hear a godly view on life versus the world's view on life and how to live it." —The Hopson Family
“Tres is both efficient and effective when it comes to Christian counseling. There’s also no shortage of emotional maturity in his approach to developing people. If you are looking for solid, theologically-sound Christian counseling that’s undergirded by authentic relationship, I recommend Tres Adames.” —Pastor Dewayne Hawkins, Life Givers Church
"Tres is a caring, knowledgeable, and professional counselor. The part that I find most inspiring is that he also shares the hope and healing to be found in God. His sessions strike a perfect balance of using psychology to understand how people think and feel, while also allowing for God and His Word to have the final say in someone's recovery and journey." —Gina Weeks, Sharing His Hope Ministries