Many of us may feel weighed down and even pulled under by past abuse or trauma.
If you are struggling with the effects of childhood abuse, domestic violence, or simply feeling your emotions are overwhelming and beyond your ability to control, I look forward to helping you on your journey to wholeness.
When we look toward the world, our circumstances can overwhelm us. As we learn to shift our focus and become more secure in who God made us to be, we can accept ourselves and the symptoms that have plagued us are finally overcome. Many individuals who have struggled with the effects of abuse feel powerless to make changes in their lives. I teach my clients how God designed their bodies to function and that many of their symptoms are the result of living in a toxic environment. Once we can accept our emotions and flaws as a part of who we are, we can feel free to examine the roots of our difficulties in a non-judgmental way that serves as a path to true healing.
Please contact me to schedule a free initial consultation.
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I look forward to helping you live the life that God has called you to.
The journey to healing begins within.
Psychotherapy can be an effective tool in providing you with the necessary support and training to overcome the challenges you face. By seeking therapy, you are taking responsibility and action to change what no longer works in your life.
As an experienced Licensed Clinical Social Worker, it is my honor to assist you in exploring your core issues and move toward a healthy, fulfilling life. Utilizing a variety of approaches including Christian, Psycho-educational, Self Psychology, I will work with you to create a treatment plan that is customized to meet your unique circumstances.
With honesty and compassion I will work with you to create an open channel of communication. The goal of our therapy sessions together, will be to help you develop the self acceptance and self reflection to lead a successful spirit led life.
“Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: the old is gone, the new is here.”
– 2 Corinthians 5:17