If life feels overwhelming, and you are struggling with feelings of anxiety, sadness and anger, counseling could offer you growth and healing. I would love to support you. I view the therapeutic process as a partnership that is necessary in making healthy changes to better your life and to help you move forward. It is my goal to help those that I work with to recognize and use their strengths and abilities to conquer their goals.
I am a Resident in Counseling, and a United States Army Veteran. I have a Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from South University and a Master's in Human Service Counseling: Marriage and Family from Liberty University. My professional experience includes working with adults and couples with mental health concerns, issues related to depression, phase of life changes, relationship issues, military life, and anxiety.
Seeking a counselor is courageous and one of the most beneficial things that you can do to help you move toward change. Your life and well-being are extremely important to me. The first step in any healthy relationship is safety, it is my desire to help you feel safe and secure within our therapeutic relationship. My focus is to build a supportive, trusting, non-judgmental environment for therapy; it is the only way we can really do some good work together. I look forward to working with you!