Rev. Dr. Gregory V Wilson

Rev. Dr. Gregory V. Wilson

Rev. Dr. Gregory V. Wilson

Gregory is a Fellow with the American Association of Pastoral Counselors, and an ordained Minister. Gregory earned his M.Div. degree at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, continued his studies with doctoral work at Candler School of Theology at Emory University, and received his D.Min. from Columbia Theological Seminary, in Decatur, Georgia. Gregory is a certified practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, a supervisor in Belief Systems Therapy, creator of a program of Congregational Pastoral Care and Education, and was trained in Clergy Consultation by Alban Institute. Gregory has a private practice in Vero Beach and Stuart, Florida offering individual, couple, and family counseling. He is a specialist in relationships and uses family systems, psycho-dynamic theory and a focus on spiritual transformation as the foundation of his work. Gregory is the creator of Belief Systems Therapy,™ which has been used in workshops and groups since 1989.

Gregory lives in Port Saint Lucie and is married to Helen, who was the Director of Music at UUCB, and a technical writer for a software firm. Their “blending family” includes four children, Matthew (35), Jeremy (47), Ian (44), and Amanda (33), two daughters-in-law, Sandy and Tanesha, a granddaughter, Aenea (20) and a new grandson, Matthew Gregory (MJ) . They all enjoy outdoor activities including kayaking, snorkeling, bicycling, hiking, and camping.

Gregory and Helen co-authored a book, “Blessed, Known, Good and Loved: Belief Systems Therapy,” and work together offering workshops on Codependency and Spirituality, Anxiety and Depression, Calming Anger and Resentment, Blending Families, Belief Systems in the Workplace, Enhancing Intimacy, Boundaries, and Lay Leadership Training. They are currently working on a book and other materials to be used for Earth Recovery Groups.

Rev. Wilson can be reached at

Video Sermon

       July 16, 2006

What Makes a Prophet?  (Clicking the link will download the video – approx. 24 MB)

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