|Clayton Jech received his master's degree in counseling from Texas A&M in Commerce and his undergraduate degree from Southwestern Assemblies of God University in Christian Education. Clayton conducted his counseling internship at both the Community Counseling Center at Texas A &M in Commerce and the Boys and Girls Clubs Family Services of Collin County. He has experience in working with individual, couples and adolescents in the areas of marital conflict, relationships, life transitions, spiritual abuse and family issues related to parenting and special needs.
Clayton is also an ordained minister and been a part of ministry for over 27 years. His ministry experience includes youth ministry, Christian education and associate pastoring. For nine years he was a senior pastor with part of that time as a church planter.
Clayton has been married to his wife Faith for 25 years. They have three children, two daughters, Christina and Emily and one son, Andrew. He and his family are involved in their church and community. Presently they attend church in Greenville where he and Faith head up the young married ministry. They are also involved with Angel League, a sports league that provides activities for children with special needs and their families.
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