Our ministry was built upon the scripture Psalms 27:5, “For He will hide me in His shelter in the day of trouble; He will conceal me under the cover of His tent; He will lift me high upon a rock.” Is your marriage in a place of trouble? Information and marriage tips may not be enough. We believe that information alone doesn’t change people. An experience changes people. This experience will change your marriage. Only God can bring about everlasting heart change. But the great news is that He wants us to participate alongside Him. Our role is very intentional, to co-labor with God while He does the heart work, and The Hideaway provides the four core foundational pillars to create the experience.
Therapists using the Restoration Therapy Model give couples the tools and techniques they need to help them transform long-standing habits and patterns that are detrimental to their relationships.
Dr. Hargrave has presented nationally and internationally on the concepts and processes of family and marriage restoration, aging and is known for his clear and entertaining presentations. His work has been featured in several national magazines and newspapers, as well as ABC News 20/20, Good Morning America and CBS Early Morning. He has been selected as a national conference plenary speaker and as a Master’s Series Therapist by the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
He is a Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy at Fuller Seminary in Pasadena, California and is president and in practice at Amarillo Family Institute, Inc.
As the Executive Director for the Boone Center for the Family at Pepperdine University and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Sharon speaks nationally and internationally on issues pertaining to couples in ministry, marriage, intergenerational relationships, parenting, and the Restoration Therapy model. She has written a group leader guide for MarriageStrong and for the Five Days to a New Marriage material.
Sharon is also employed by The Hideaway Experience in Amarillo, Texas, working with couples in crisis using the Marriage Intensive model. Before moving to California, Sharon was in private practice for over 18 years. She specializes in working with couples and intergenerational issues. She is married and has two adult children.
Ginny has been leading Marriage Intensives at the Hideaway Experience in Texas since 2006, working with couples in crisis using the Restoration Therapy Marriage Intensive Model. As one of the Founders of Restoration Therapy she actively pursues those principles in her practice. In 2013 Ginny developed “ Ultimate Betrayal, Ultimate Success,” a Restoration treatment program for therapists and their clients in recovery from affairs . She frequently speaks at conferences and workshops for clinicians as well as retreats and staffing for churches and other organizations.
Ginny is a charter member of the American Association of Christian Counselors and past President and current member of the Amarillo Area Association of Mental Health Professionals, as well as other various national and state organizations. She and her husband are a blended family with two adult married children.
He is the author of “Great Start”, a premarital training that is being used in the Texas healthy marriage initiative,”Twogether in Texas”, and the Family Wellness fatherhood curriculum, “Dad’s for Life”. He assists pastors and their spouses with his “Marriage, Ministry and Me” workshop. Wib is considered one of the most diversely trained and experienced therapists in the Amarillo area specializing in marriage, trauma and addiction.
Wib was a minister for 31 years before focusing solely on his private practice. He and his wife, Janice, have been married since 1976 and have two adult sons, Jared and Colton.
Cathy has been co-leading Marriage Intensives at the Hideaway Experience since inception in 2006, working with couples in distress and crisis with highly successful treatment using Restoration Therapy. She is one of the Founders of Restoration Therapy and utilizes application of this therapy in all of her specialties.
Memberships: American Association of Christian Counselors, Texas Counseling Association, American Counseling Association, Association for Marriage and Family Therapy., Amarillo Area Association for Mental Health Professionals.
Hobbies: Loving dogs, gardening and hiking. She has been married to Russell Burns since 1975 and has three adult married children.
You may contact Cathy at (806) 350-5867 for further information and to make an appointment with her or visit her website at CathyTBurns.com.
He and his wife, Debbie, an artist and women’s ministry speaker, have been married over 30 years. They are the parents of one daughter, Hannah, who is married and lives with her husband in Waco, TX.
Marty lives with his wife and four children in Oklahoma and loves outdoor recreational sports (an avid backpacker, has climbed most of the “fourteeners” in CO, rafted the Grand Canyon twice, and aspires to climb to Mt. Everest base camp).Marty Loberg, LPC, M.Div
Marty Loberg received a Master’s of Arts degree in Counseling from West Texas A&M University, a Master’s of Divinity degree from Austin Theological Seminary, and is currently completing a Doctor of Ministry degree in Marriage and Family Counseling from Denver Theological Seminary. As an LPC, he is currently working for the Counseling and Consulting offices of Tobin, Benjamin, & Marotta in Edmond, OK in the areas of marriage, men’s sexual integrity, family, and church conflict related issues. Marty brings a lifetime of ministry experience growing up as a pastor’s kid and over 25 years of youth, college, and pastoral ministry.
Marty lives with his wife and four children in Oklahoma and loves outdoor recreational sports (an avid backpacker, has climbed most of the “fourteeners” in CO, rafted the Grand Canyon twice, and aspires to climb to Mt. Everest base camp).
Currently he holds licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Texas. Tanner works with couples, adolescents and families, as well as emerging adults adults. He specializes in marriage, adolescents (10-17) and families, and emerging adults.
Tanner is a therapist with the Hideaway Experience Intensives, working with couples in distress and crisis seeing highly successful treatment using Restoration Therapy. He holds Level II certification in Restoration Therapy and actively pursues those principles in his practice.
Outside of therapy his interests include music, outdoor long distance running, reading, and good meals with good friends and family. His marriage and his children are his life’s sustaining force.
Kristi earned a B.S. in Psychology from Texas A&M University in 1992 and a M.A. in Professional Counseling from Liberty University in 2011. She is a member of the Amarillo Area Association of Mental Health Professionals and the American Association of Christian Counselors. Kristi enjoys quality time with her family, Bible study, and participating in various ministries at her church and in the community. Kristi is married to Alan and has two children, Caitlin and Cooper.
She can be contacted at (806) 350-5866 or firstname.lastname@example.org additional information or to schedule an appointment.
When she is not counseling, Nicole enjoys spending time with her husband and son, reading, and writing about faith and life on her blog, www.nicolezasowski.com.
Joe is the founding director of Stonegate Counseling Associates in Athens, GA. He works with adults, adolescents, couples and families. He provides help with a number of issues including sexual concerns and addictions, anxiety, depression, relational problems, premarital and marriage counseling, family therapy, career and life direction, and spiritual growth. Joe has been married to his wife Emily since 1979. They have four adult children.
He and his wife Julie have been married since 1990 and have three adult sons. Fletch enjoys organic fruit and vegetable gardening, piano and bagpipes, outdoor adventures, dogs and goats.
Joyce provides encouragement and hope to individuals and couples with a variety of presenting issues, with special interest in working with anxiety, addiction recovery, woman’s issues, those who have experienced traumatic events, and couples. Prior to becoming a licensed professional counselor, her previous work as a nurse has enabled her to take a holistic approach that focuses on integration of body, mind, and spirit into her counseling practice. Joyce creates a safe and therapeutic environment for her clients to become all they were designed to be on their path of life and to grow and heal through those things that inhibit that process.
Joyce and her husband Matt are a blended family with four adult daughters and five grandchildren. She works in private practice in Kennesaw, Georgia.
Sharon earned a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Richmont Graduate University. Drawing from her understanding of attachment and trauma-informed care, Sharon considers it a sacred privilege to journey with individuals, couples, families, and groups. In addition to Restoration Therapy, she has received training in Discernment Counseling and Christian Sex therapy. Married for 34 years, Sharon treasures time with her husband and their 3 children.
Sharon Diamond can be reached at email@example.com
Jeff has been married to his wife Robin for 24 years and has two children; Joy who is 21 years old and John Luke who is 19 years old. They attend Azusa Pacific University. Jeff, for the past 20 years is the Marriage and Family Pastor at North Coast Calvary Chapel in Carlsbad, California. Robin serves with Jeff at the church as a MFT Counselor and has her own private practice in Carlsbad.
Jeff was a two-sport scholar athlete and graduate from USC. He received a BS in Political Science and has two post graduate degrees- MA in Education and a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy.
Previous to working at NCCC, he was the Director for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes in San Diego County and a schoolteacher and basketball coach for 9 years at Santa Fe Christian High and spiritual life director.
Restoration Therapy Model
Are you looking to transform your marriage? Some couples are in a crisis situation and don’t know where to turn. Some couples don’t have the time to spend months, or even years, working through issues in a weekly counseling session. If this sounds like you, The Hideaway’s four-day Marriage Intensive program could be right for you.
Typical marriage counseling sessions are crammed into one hour a week. There is little time to delve into the deeper issues troubling a broken marriage in an environment free from everyday distractions. At The Hideaway, licensed therapists lead focused and purposeful sessions designed to help you identify the root issues that are causing you and your spouse to fight. Once we help you identify your deeper issues, we help you move towards the place God designed for you. You learn how to have healthy relationships, not only with your spouse, but also with friends, family, and co-workers. The therapy you receive during these four uninterrupted days can become a turning point in marriages that once felt beyond hope.
At The Hideaway, two licensed therapists conduct couples therapy in a group setting that helps bring your situation into perspective, breakdown communication obstacles, uncover hidden barriers, move participants quickly to core issues, and provide couples with the tools they need to transform their relationship. Our carefully designed approach results in initial breakthroughs and long-term change. Participants in the program find themselves on the path to a new marriage equipped with the tools they need to stay the course.
We understand that when couples are going through a difficult period in their marriage, a group setting may seem intimidating. While many couples come to an intensive anxious or skeptical of the group format, the number one comment from couples is that it was the power of the group that brought them progress.
While intensives involve six to eight hours of therapy each day, we build in free time, privacy, and one-on-one spouse interaction during your stay at The Hideaway.