My heart’s belief is that we all need a safe space to explore the broken places of our lives, families, and communities from time to time, in order to find hope, healing, and restoration. I have been practicing as a counselor since 2006, when I embarked on a counseling internship with CCEF during my final year of M.A. Counseling studies at Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia). Since then, I have had the privilege and honor of counseling many through a variety of life’s struggles, including depression, anxiety, recovery from abuse, marital and family conflict, cross-cultural missions debriefing, and identity/calling. I’ve received training in Gottman Level I couples counseling and have completed focused continuing education in the area of crisis/trauma response and recovery.

I consider it a great privilege to be part of this journey in the lives of women, couples, and families in Upstate South Carolina through my counseling practice with Mountain View Christian Counseling as well as a limited number of virtual/videoconference appointments. Follow this link for more information if you would like to begin (or continue) your own counseling journey.