Todd R. Matson, D.Min.

Confidential Voicemail: 704-375-5354 ext 407

Office Location

Central United Methodist Church
801 South Hayne Street
Monroe, NC 28112

Central UMC, Monroe

From 74/Roosevelt Blvd., take the Skyway Drive exit into old downtown Monroe. Stay on Skyway Drive as it becomes Hayne Street. Go past the old courthouse and through old downtown Monroe; go to Central United Methodist Church at 801 South Hayne Street.

Park by the large white pillars and enter the door to the right of the pillars. Take the steps to the second floor. The office is immediately visible on the second floor.



Dr. Matson is a North Carolina Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and a Clinical Member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. He is also an ordained minister with 14 years of experience in parish ministry.


Dr. Matson has Doctor of Ministry in Pastoral Care and Counseling from Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis, Indiana. He also holds a Master of Divinity from Anderson University School of Theology in Anderson, and a Bachelor of Arts from Anderson University, in Indiana. Dr. Matson has been with Sanctuary Counseling Group since 2001.


Dr. Matson is a faith-based therapist and Marriage & Family Therapist who specializes in providing treatment to persons struggling with self-esteem issues, depression, grief, marital and family conflict, child abuse and domestic violence issues, and stepfamily issues. He has extensive experience in providing treatment to children, adolescents and their parents who are struggling with challenging life situations involving attentional, motivational and behavioral problems. He also works extensively with men who are wanting to achieve greater health, wholeness, and balance as providers, husbands, and fathers.

Mission Statement

Being dedicated to the healing of heart, mind, and soul, we provide excellent emotional, spiritual, and relational health care to all people of the Carolinas.

Sanctuary Counseling Group is an accredited service center of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors and the Solihten Institute.