I will meet you with an open mind wherever you are, offering a safe space where you can feel comfortable to share your struggles. I will cater our sessions to your specific needs, following your cues regarding the ground you’d like to cover in each session. I have over two decades of experience working with a vast array of individuals and couples in a wide variety of settings and situations. I offer a combination of professional training along with a faith-based perspective and trust in God’s ability to change and heal from the inside out.
My Goal as a Christian Counselor
My goal as a counselor is to help you identify the issues causing you distress, process your emotions, and develop coping skills to allow you to move forward. I hope that as a result of our time together, you will develop a deeper understanding of the underlying issues that concern you, learn the necessary tools to overcome those issues, and gain peace to walk in your God-given purpose.
What I Offer in Christian Counseling
I will make every effort to meet you where you are. Once we have developed rapport, we’ll begin to delve into the issues that brought you into therapy. You can expect my undivided attention and sincere desire to learn what you are hoping to gain from therapy. What you decide to share with me will guide the way I approach you and your particular situation. No matter your circumstances, I offer empathy, compassion, and professional experience as we partner together to address your concerns and reach a better place.
My Approach to Christian Counseling
I believe that the benefit to Christian counseling is the ability to integrate one’s faith into the counseling process. Many people have a strong faith and belief in God, but struggle with how their relationship with God can help them deal with their issues when things are not getting better. As a result, they either utilize their faith and belief system or secular counseling services. My faith is an integral part of my life. I rely on my relationship with God to guide me in every area of my life, but also realize that there is a place for counseling to help process feelings and experiences that have negatively impacted us.