We all hurt and contend for hope every day. During the rougher storms of life, hope can seem as elusive as catching the wind.

In therapy, I seek to provide hope for the courageous few who admit life hurts and desire more. My goal in the counseling office is to create a safe and secure environment for you to explore yourself, your life-story, and your relationships as you strive for a stronger identity, connected intimacy, and a fuller life.

At our core, beneath our struggles, we carry heavy and hurting hearts in need of a refuge and shelter to process life. The clients I see wrestle with problems that are most often symptomatic of a deeper story. We are all complex: products of past and present relationships, current circumstances, and physiological bodies. To add to the complexity, we possess a dignity and depravity like no other as fallen image bearers of a relational God. Sorting through these factors to pinpoint problems is no simple task. My hope is that you will leave my office with the ability to relate more fully with yourself, others, and God.

Trevecca Nazarene University, Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy
University of Tennessee-Knoxville, BA-English/Literature

I am currently working toward licensure under the supervision of Sara Hopkins, Ph.D., LMFT.