Jesus, The Holy Spirit and the Heavenly Father love us all the same and that love is tremendous. He (The Godhead/Holy Trinity) desires to see us healthy, in mind, body and spirit. Jesus sent to us, The Holy Spirit, who is omnipresent, to help anyone who is sincere toward God. The Holy Spirit is also part of The Godhead/Holy Trinity as stated above. God always wants us to be mentally and emotionally sound and to also keep us from falling into personality disorders as well, of which there are many. He has provided provision for us to receive these gifts by grace (freely and unmerited).

It was God who raised up Christian Licensed Counselors, to help fellow Christians and others who suffer the previously described mental health disorders. This can also be said of healthcare doctors (e.g. Luke, the beloved physician). While the Holy Spirit provides us counseling and comfort, sometimes talking to fellow human beings can help as well. God is not against this if a human counselor is genuinely compassionate toward those he or she is helping.

In this free streaming audio (link posted below), which you might call a blog type message but with Biblical teaching added-in. In the advice I relate, I talk about personal experiences of my own and reminders of what Jesus did for all of us who will believe in Him. He died for our sins via the shedding of His Precious Blood, to bring us redemption from sin and was raised from the dead for our eternal life. This means never-ending, everlasting life with Him, in the unimaginable beauty of Heaven, which eventually joins with a remade Earth (Revelation 21:1-2).

It's a full spoken message at about 55 minutes but a person can listen to it in parts very easily if they wish to do so. In short, I talk about God's Tremendous love and compassion for us and His desire to see us emotionally well by using His provision for deliverance from oppression by our spiritual enemy (Acts 10:38).

Link to free audio: http://jmlchristianpublishing.sermon.net/main/main/21440042

Author's Bio: 

I am a graduate of Liberty University (1996) for completion of theological studies. Bible studies are one of my most-covered book-subjects. I am however, careful to only address those subjects that I believe God has given me correct revelation on. I was a Christian Youth Minister, beginning in the 1980s for approximately 20 years (between youth ministries I served in other church capacities as well). I was also a guest speaker to churches, who invited me to present important Bible teachings to their evangelical congregations, during those same years.