Ginny believes that healing and hope can be found in a counseling relationship that is built on collaboration, kindness, empowerment, and respect. In order to help her clients navigate difficult life events and tend to mental health struggles, Ginny facilitates a safe, nonjudgmental space so that her clients can feel free to fully be themselves.
She earned her bachelor’s degree in English literature from the University of South Carolina in 2015 and graduated from Covenant Theological Seminary in 2023 with her master’s degree in counseling. Before pursuing a career in mental health, Ginny worked in the non-profit sector as an ESL teacher and the Director of Community Outreach at a community center in New York City.
Welcoming issues of anxiety, depression, trauma, family of origin, identity struggles, spiritual abuse, and more, Ginny enjoys working with teens, adults, and couples.
Ginny practices as a Provisionally Licensed Professional Counselor (PLPC) under the supervision of Jane Burns, LPC.