Gabriel Trujillo, LPC. After studying theology for his undergraduate degree, Gabriel Trujillo received his Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Southern Adventist University. He works at a community mental health agency in North Georgia doing school-based mental health services. Having collaborated with various men’s ministries, helping many men to seek help for their addiction and mental health issues, Gabriel has a passion for helping men break free from sexual addiction. He also enjoys couple’s counseling, working with children and adolescents, and helping people with anxiety and depression.
What do you like best about coaching?
I love being part of the transformation process in the life of the individual. I’ve always been curious about people and what makes them tick.
Why did you choose to do coaching?
I felt God nudge me toward counseling during my six years as a camp counselor. I have always had a fascination for what drives human behavior. I have also been positively influenced by counselors and mentors in my own life and hope to return the favor.
How do you recharge on your day off? I enjoy caring for my 93-gallon saltwater fish tank, working out, playing sports, any good board game, and spending time with my family.
The beach: It’s my happy place! =)
What are your three favorite things? My girls: My wife and two daughters bring me smiles and joy every day. I am still in awe of this gift.
God used a safe confidential group to help me in recovery, I use to be a very private closed person. It has been amazing to experience what a group of safe, God-loving men can do to the heart of guy and his walk with Christ.