Children, Teens and Young-adult Women
$85 with sliding scale available
Wednesdays afternoons and evenings (at Fellowship office) Mondays afternoon and evenings) at the HopeTree office in Franklin
Family has been incredibly important to me throughout my life. The family I grew up in taught me the importance of compassion, empathy, communication, and caring for one another. When I was in middle school, my family went through the process of adoption and welcomed two new younger brothers into our home. The blessings and trials of adoption were life-changing for me. Because of this process, my heart and passion for children and families throughout the adoption process grew immensely. My values of adoption, family, compassion, empathy, and caring for others, have played a role in driving me to pursue a career in counseling. I earned my bachelor’s degree in Psychology and have gone on to pursue my master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Trevecca Nazarene University.
I am working as an intern as I continue to pursue additional training opportunities.
I believe that each person is created intentionally by God and should be seen as a whole individual in the context of their relationships. I take a holistic and systemic approach to therapy. I am looking forward to working with children through play therapy and families from an attachment perspective. I hold professional memberships with the American Counseling Association and American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, and I am eager to continue my professional training in the field of family therapy.
Outside of the counseling setting, I love to spend time hiking, rock climbing, and exploring with my husband.