To weather the storms of life
Vantage Point is a confidential counseling ministry geared to the needs of First Responders and military personnel and their families. Our counselors are experienced working with local, state, and federal law enforcement officers, firefighters, EMT’s, dispatchers, as well as military members and vets. We are committed to standing behind those who stand in harm’s way for all of us.
We are located in Southeastern Pennsylvania with office locations in Southampton and Northeast Pennsylvania. We also can do counseling via phone and Skype.
Check out our blog at http://insightcounsel.org/blog-details.html
We provide these areas of help:
Personal, marriage, and family counseling
Critical Incident Stress
From One Uniform to Another: Managing the Change from Battle Field to Street.
Coping with Suicidal Thoughts
When Command Doesn’t “Have Your 6”
Preparing Your Marriage and Family for Deployment
Reuniting After Deployment
From Battlefield Mind to Civilian Mind
What We Can Do For You
Vantage Point was created to provide first responders and military members a non-denominational, pastoral counseling approach that is different from a psychiatrist or psychologist. We provide this at a discounted rate and will work with you for what you can afford, regardless of insurance coverage.
Dr. Paul Randolph is an ordained minister who has a doctoral degree in pastoral counseling and has been counseling since 1985. He is the founder and Executive Director of Insight Christian Counseling. He also serves as chaplain for the Upper Southampton Police Department, Pennsylvania State Police, and Huntingdon Valley Fire Company. He also is a member of the Bucks County CISM Team. Dr. Paul has over 20 years of experience as a police and fire chaplain starting with the Philadelphia Police Department and is a senior level chaplain with the International Conference of Police Chaplains. He has spoken at professional conferences on Post-Traumatic Stress and Police Suicide and has published numerous professional journal articles on PTS and other counseling topics.
Tony Repic is an experienced military chaplain with over 10 years of pastoral and military ministry. He was originally commissioned as an Armor/Calvary officer and was later called by the Lord to become a chaplain. He was deployed with the 728th Combat Support Battalion to Iraq, Kyrgyzstan, Qatar, Kuwait, and Afghanistan. He is experienced in a variety of counseling issues including crisis, suicide intervention, depression, substance abuse, marriage and family, financial, men’s issues, Post-Traumatic Stress, and grief. Tony is committed to helping people find hope and help through the power of God. He currently serves as a US Air Force chaplain who serves airmen as well as soldiers in the US Army. Tony is married and he and his wife have three children.