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To grow in loving and being loved is essential to being fully human. There are many experiences that make this difficult. Even so, recovery and growth is also essential to being fully human. ...
Assiting others in their personal and relationship growth recovery has been the focus of my work and since 1999. I recieved my counselor training as both a Pastoral Counselor and Marriage and Family Therapists, graduating from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2006. I am licensed in Kentucky as a LMFT, and LPCA, where I operate a private practice, providing counseling and therapy for individuals, couples and families. My clinical training and experience, as well as my own life experience has taught me that all difficulties have their origin in relationship; and that growth and recovery occures within relationship as well, as we learn about ourselves and others and how to use our God given abilities, that we all have in common, in new ways - different from the patterns that we have grown up with.
The Reason I Became A Helping Professional
Like many before me, I experienced difficulties in life have inspired me to seek answeres to life's problematic experiences. From my own qrowth expereinces, I sought to help others avoid heartache and difficulties of various sorts. And where heartache had already occured, I sought to be able to assit in their recovery and growth. Additionally, as part of my own spiritual growth, I began to feel called to serious study of the human condition and methods of healing and therapy. Though my work now deals with the difficulties and suffering of others, I am excited and energized as my clients are seeking to experieince transformation and growth.
|Main Specialty||Anxiety Issues|
|Credentials||LMFT, LPC, MDiv|
|Time in Practice||3-5 years|
|I practice in||My state/province only|
|Additional Expertise||Marriage and Family Therapist|
|I offer my services||At my office|
Other, please inquire
|I am fluent in||English|
|Licence information||Expiration 8/20/14|