What keeps you up at night? Overwhelmed? Problems with
relationships? Lonely? No matter what you are struggling
with, no matter what worries you, you do not have to go
through this alone. Many therapists focus solely on
identifying people's weaknesses. I will help you build up
your weak spots, but I will also help you identify & develop
your strengths so that rather than "just getting by," you
can really learn how to thrive personally and professionally.

I seek to treat the whole person: mentally, emotionally,
spiritually, and physically; focusing on how a problem in
one area of life can impact all of the others. I am not here
to tell you what to do, but I will guide you in figuring out
what to do.

I earned a Bachelor's degree in Counseling from Atlanta
Christian College, and a Master's degree in Professional
Counseling with a specialization in Christian Spirituality
from Richmont Graduate University. I have experience in
outpatient counseling settings, as a live-in house manager
at an addictions recovery program, as well as at an
inpatient psychiatric hospital. I joined Ebenezer in 2008.

My husband, David, is also a therapist, and together we
founded The Narrative Institute where we teach continuing
education workshops and seminars for other therapists.
We have also taught graduate level classes to students at
Brandy Hall, LPC-MHS-AS