With a decade of training and counseling experience, I combine my professional training, proven therapeutic techniques, and reliance on God to help you live the life God desires for you. I find great joy in witnessing hope restored to individuals, couples, and families through the power of Jesus’ work through Christian counseling. If you’re lacking hope or you feel weighed down by the burdens you’re carrying, I encourage you to take the first step today toward a renewed life. The Lord can create beauty from ashes. You don’t have to struggle alone.
My Goal as a Christian Counselor
As your counselor, my goal is to walk with you in your journey of learning about yourself and achieving your goals. Within the counseling relationship, I hope you will find an ally you can trust to help you work through the tough stuff that can be hard to face. My prayer is that you will experience healing and be able to move forward in life with the confidence to take on new challenges.
What I Offer in Christian Counseling
I offer a safe space where you can express your concerns and discover practical ways to overcome the challenges you face. I begin the counseling relationship by building rapport and getting to know my clients. I will ask about any previous counseling experiences you may have had, and what you liked or didn’t like about those experiences. If you received a prior diagnosis, I may conduct some clinical assessments to gather my own information. When applicable, I also offer education surrounding any current symptoms you’re experiencing, my practice of EMDR, and how trauma can affect our bodies and lives.
My Approach to Christian Counseling
My faith plays a large role in my life, and I believe there is a depth of healing that can only be possible through God. I have found such strength and healing within my Christian faith that I know when faith and counseling intertwine, it can bring the greatest understanding of ourselves. Christian counseling provides the unique opportunity for a client to not only receive services from someone of like faith, but also to explore the purpose and will of God in their lives within a safe environment.