Eliza is a biblical counselor, speaker, and author. Experiencing God’s redeeming grace through the hope of the Gospel is her motivation for counseling. She teaches workshops on parenting, marriage, personal growth, and counseling related issues such as anxiety, depression, and trauma. She is the author of Raising Teens in a Hyper-Sexualized World and Raising Kids in a Screen-Saturated World.
She holds a masters in counseling from Biblical Theological Seminary, has completed the Advanced Certificate in Counseling from the Christian Counseling Education Foundation (CCEF) and is a member of the Association of Biblical Counselors. As a licensed counselor, she is also clinically trained in EMDR. Eliza serves as the Director of Counseling at McLean Bible Church and is the Dean of Biblical Counseling for Metro Baltimore Seminary.
Eliza and her husband, Ken, have been married for 28 years and have three adult children and a lovely daughter-in-law. They all live in the DC Metro area and enjoy adventuring outdoors together as a family or sitting and talking by the fire in the backyard.
Check out these resources from Eliza Huie
Raising Teens in a Hyper-Sexualized World
Parents of kids face the challenge of raising their children in a sex–mad, sex–saturated world.
Eliza Huie, a parent and Christian counsellor, takes you through, practically, how to walk with your kid in the midst of this hyper–sexualized world. The tips come in the form of what not to do, yet does so without giving a sense of judgment or failure. Instead, this short book takes a look at the value of reframing the mistakes both parents and teens may have already made and gives a hopeful picture of how our compassionate Father moves toward us in weakness.
Raising Kids in a Screen-Saturated World
Our lives are influenced by technology like never before. Screens and devices have become a part of our daily lives bringing many benefits, as well as challenges – not least to the area of parenting.
Our kids are digital natives, never having known a world that wasn’t saturated with screens, their knowledge and experience rapidly outstrip that of even the most technologically literate parents. Raising them to make safe and godly choices in this area is difficult as many of us are still working out how to use technology wisely ourselves.
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