My Goal as a Christian Counselor
We all face obstacles throughout our lives. We can experience challenges at home, school, work, with ourselves, or in relationships. It’s not always easy to seek help when it’s needed, but my desire is to assist those in need of guidance and support in an environment that is safe and free of judgement. I believe that change can only occur after honestly reflecting on one’s life and belief system and deciding that a new path must be chosen.
What I Offer in Christian Counseling
When my clients walk into a session, they know they are in a safe, hopeful, judgment-free place. They can expect to receive empathy, understanding, and guidance during times of need. With a passion to help others, I offer individuals, couples, and families the chance to strengthen and rebuild relationships personally and spiritually. Ultimately, I seek to offer hope and healing with God’s help when all seems lost.
My Approach to Christian Counseling
I believe counseling from a Christian perspective allows the therapist and client to explore the client’s spiritual beliefs in a safe environment. Every day we as humans face many challenges: physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. I have hope and faith that my clients will be able to find strength in God and help from effective counseling techniques to overcome the obstacles they face and grow closer to the Lord.
More About Me/On a Personal Note
My husband and I have been together for 13 years and counting. We have been married for six of those years. We have two dogs, who we consider to be our furry babies. My husband and I were born and raised in Hawaii and moved to the mainland for college and to pursue our careers. I am very adventurous and love trying new things. I love the outdoors and taking in the beauty of God’s creation. I also love to draw and paint.
Growing up, I experienced a range of life struggles and learned to overcome each obstacle with the help and support of those around me. I can relate to those who have experienced the trauma of going through a parental divorce, the absence of a father and mother, abuse (verbal, mental, sexual), family members who struggle with addiction (sex, drugs, alcohol), codependency, individuality as a woman, marital affairs, domestic abuse, and spiritual faith.