My love for people of all types, ages and personalities is my strong suit. I work with a wide variety of clients, including (but not limited to) men and women in life transitions, older teens and young adults, couples, and parents of teens or young adults. I believe that our bodies, our brains and our hearts are designed for healing. By utilizing your own narrative, recognizing the impact of past or present trauma and understanding brain/body function, we’ll work together to learn strategies to promote growth and health. Because people are unique and there is no “one size fits all” path to healing, I’ll work to find strategies that work for you.
I received my Master of Arts in Counseling from Covenant Seminary and have 20+ years of experience working with a wide variety of individuals, first as a pastor at a local church and currently as a mental health counselor with CCA. I am also co-founder of a non-profit organization, A Seat at the Table, which helps meet the needs of at-risk young people transitioning into adulthood in a residential family structure.