I graduated from Henderson State University with a degree in Communications and decided I wanted to learn more about relating and helping others. I earned a Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Henderson in 2011. I am just getting started in the field of counseling which means I am trained in the most recent theories and techniques that the counseling field offers.
The theoretical approach I use most often is cognitive behavioral therapy. This therapeutic approach helps distinguish the difference between rational and irrational thought processes. Gaining understanding of dysfunctional areas in your life empowers you to control your thoughts and improve your life. I am a big believer in “As a Man Thinks so is He.” Working together, we will examine which thoughts are leading to success and which thoughts are leading to failures and distress--then we will build on the successes.
I help in the areas of anxiety, depression, codependency, substance abuse and adjustment disorders. Other issues such as relationship problems, grief and loss, eating disorders, impulse control, and parenting are covered in my scope of practice. I offer individual, couples, family and group counseling for adults and adolescents.
Insurance accepted: None
Office hours: Mondays, Wednesdays through Friday