I received my BA in Biblical Studies from Cairn University in 2006. I spent nine years working with adolescents and their families, five of which were spent in an international community working with Third Culture Kids/Global Nomads. I obtained my MA in Professional counseling from Liberty University, and am currently working toward licensure and National board certification. I am a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors.
My therapeutic approach is strengths based and collaborative. I believe that relating with honesty, courage, and compassion to others, the world around us, and perhaps most foundationally, to ourselves, lies at the heart of living a full and healthy life. I also believe that each person has the means within themselves to address the challenges that they are facing. My role is to help identify those internal resources, and offer guidance in utilizing them. I have experience working with couples, as well as individuals facing a number of challenges such as anxiety, depression, adjustment issues, and relational issues.