Steve Leavitt, MA

Steve is a Christian Biblical Counselor and a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary with a Masters of Arts in Biblical Counseling.  He spent 13 years at Denton Bible Church working with and under Tommy Nelson.  Steve has a book co-authored and published with Tommy Nelson, entitled “Walking on Water When You Feel Like You’re Drowning”. 

Steve was host of “Hope for Life” a live call in counseling radio show. He also speaks often on the issues of Marriage, Parenting, Grief, Fear, Anxiety and Depression. He is a highly sought after speaker and has spoken to thousands through training seminars at churches to giver people real solutions to today's most pressing issues. 

Steve and his wife Marty have a heart for missions. They have spent time in Kenya, Africa working with orphans, homeless, widows, and training pastors. They have also spent time working with a Deaf school in Kenya.

Steve has experience counseling children who are adopted and blended families. He has a daughter who is adopted from South Korea. He also understands and works with people on the issue of grief. Steve is an ordained minister and has been counseling for over 25 years.  Steve has extensive published teaching materials on the subjects of marriage, family, parenting, including teachings to the church on Biblical Solutions to depression, anxiety, fear, worry and obsessive compulsive issues.  Steve lost his first wife to cancer in 1997 and has now happily been remarried for 20 years to his wonderful wife, Marty. They have four children that they love and adore and have worked hard to raise into thriving godly adults.

"Thank you, Steve for the valuable time you spent with us. We are so excited to take what we have learned and apply it to our marriage. You made us feel heard, understood and supported - never alone! Rock Your Family is truly an incredible organization based on a foundation of faith."
Jan, from CO
Steve Leavitt
Pastoral Counselor (Rate = $165/hr.)
No Insurance Acceptance or Reimbursement


  • Intensives
  • Individual
  • Marriage
  • Family
  • Teens
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Obsessive Compulsivity
  • Grief and Loss
  • Spirituality