I love working with people, and I especially love seeing how the Lord works in the lives of His people through the means of Christian counseling. You may be feeling as if you’ve lost hope, or thinking it’s too late for your problems to be fixed. But from my professional and personal experience, I can testify that it’s never too late to experience hope in Christ. With God’s direction and guidance, we will work together to implement proven therapeutic practices to help you find the restoration you’re longing for – whether it’s in your relationships or within your own personal growth.
My Goal as a Christian Counselor
My goal is that through our work together, you will experience an increased sense of empowerment and joy – and not just a temporary joy, but a deep-seated, lasting joy in Jesus that can withstand daily struggles. My hope is that you will be empowered to confidently seek guidance and understanding when encountering crises that may arise in your life. As a client-led therapist, my aim is to help you take the lead in establishing your own goals for treatment, while I walk alongside you and support you each step of the way.
What I Offer in Christian Counseling
I offer a friendly, warm environment and a safe, non-judgmental space in which you can share your story and expect to be heard. I have several years of experience working with a variety of age groups ranging from children to seniors facing a wide range of mental health issues. In our sessions, I will bring insights gained from my training and clinical experience in order to help you experience the positive change you desire.
My Approach to Christian Counseling
I believe inviting Christ our Savior into all aspects of our lives – including counseling – allows for a deeper understanding of issues and strengthens the chances of lasting positive outcomes. As a Christian counselor, I confide in God as my provider and strength. Depending on your comfort level, I may ask you if it is okay to pray and invite Him into our discussions. Of course you always have the right to say no. With the Lord on our side, we can be confident that we will gain the ultimate victory through Christ.