My hope is that my clients will leave each session feeling as though they have invested in themselves.
It’s a cliche..life is truly a journey–the destination is not nearly as important as getting there.
The same can be said about the counseling process.Counseling is a journey to a healthier, more balanced you. Changing the past isn’t possible, but learning how to address it and past traumas can help us as individuals be more successful and healthy in the future.
Although counseling is work, and very hard work at times, it’s so worth the work. I want them to view themselves as worth the work, the time and the journey. My hope is that my clients will leave each session feeling as though they have invested in themselves.
I have lived in the Lexington/West Columbia area for 16 years. My husband and I have two teenage daughters as well as three dogs. We love spending time hanging out together or in the mountains of North Carolina as much as we possibly can.
I have worked for many years in the Vocational Rehabilitation system, connecting with youth who need assistance navigating in the working world, improving their social skills, and believing in themselves. Guiding them was a joy.
- Children, teens and their families as they struggle with anxiety, depression, school and family disruption.
- Adults as they face Grief and Loss, Anxiety/Depression, Infertility, and Long-term/Terminal Illnesses (those diagnosed as well as their family members)
- MA in Professional Counseling, Liberty University
- BS in Psychology, North Greenville University