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Pax Counseling, LLC
Justin Griswold, MA, LMHC

"Pax et Bonum" is a Latin greeting used by Saint Francis which translates to "Peace and All Good." This phrase is where Pax Counseling derives its name and its mission.


At Pax counseling, we know what it is like to feel as if you lack peace. Professional counseling can be helpful for anyone who is looking to make a change in their life or regain their peace. Pax Counseling's mission is to help support and facilitate the changes necessary to help you find peace and goodness in your everyday life. Pax Counseling provides Catholic mental health counseling.  


About Justin

Justin is a licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in the state of Indiana. He received his master's degree in counseling from Franciscan University of Steubenville, emphasizing Catholic/Christian counseling.


Justin seeks to provide professional help to guide his clients to find peace in their lives through a better understanding of their relationship with themselves, others, and God. Justin's practice centers around the truth that Jesus Christ is the ultimate healer, and as such, he invites Christ into his work to help bring his clients to a place of healing and peace.


In his free time, you will find Justin spending time with his family or engaging in one of his many hobbies, such as throwing pottery, playing sports, fishing, gardening, or playing board games

with friends.

My Specializations

Having first been formed in Catholic Anthropology of the Human Person, Justin works to help his clients flourish in their lives. Using evidence-based practices, Justin and his clients work together to find and challenge those things that are causing distress to themselves, others, and the world. 

Justin can see clients both in-person and virtually, and works with clients of all ages but has a special passion for working with teens and young adults. Click below if you are seeking support for yourself or your child and would like to learn more about Pax Counseling. 



Anger Issues

Stress Management

Parenting Concerns

Adjustment Issues

Adolescents and Teens

Young Adults

“We have been called to heal wounds, to unite what has fallen apart, and to bring home those who have lost their way.”

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