It is a blessing to meet you here, at this home of mine on the web.  I am sorry that for you, our meeting is driven by difficulty, hurt, or frustrating inertia.  I consider it one of my blessings to provide professional counseling to adults and adolescents within a nurturing, accepting environment. My hope is to offer an intentional, purposeful relationship - an instrument of change - magnetizing and drawing near to restoration, overcoming, and thriving.

I am committed to offering sound emotional care, psychological services, and an opportunity for your spiritual beliefs to be integrated into the healing process through a Christian counseling perspective.

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As I begin to introduce myself to you here, I want to describe some of the themes that come to mind as frequent visitors in my counseling practice.  Certainly it is not exhaustive, but to paint a general landscape for you:

  • Christian Counseling (click for more)
  • Eating Disorders:  Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia, and Binge Eating Disorder (click for more)
  • Adolescent therapy (click for more)
  • Women’s Issues (click for more)
  • Relationship dissatisfaction
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Trauma Recovery
  • Painful past relationships
  • Infertility
  • Adoption
  • Body Image dissatisfaction
  • Diet Addiction
  • Imbalance of focus on food/fat/dieting and your relationship to your body
  • Exercise addiction
  • Self Image deficits
  • A Christian Counseling Perspective on Spirituality integrated into Counseling
  • Clinical Supervision


The significance of Jordan Stones:

The Jordan river is a common representation of the journey from wandering and wilderness to promise and abundance.   

In therapy, our journey is a process. First we are sustained, then we are restored, then we thrive. 

As the story goes, when the journey was accomplished and the wilderness was overcome, stones were set up as a memorial to claim and remember the new landscape and blessing they now inhabited. My hope is that this is your experience internally as well as externally in your life.


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