I am a clinical intern completing my master’s degree in Biblical counseling from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest. Upon completion I will obtain my license for marriage and family therapy. I earned my undergraduate degree in English from Duke University and have lived in Cary since 1994. I have been married for 25 years and homeschooled my two children while teaching high school English at The Shepherd’s Church’s HARC program.
My approach to therapy is influenced by my own personal journey of faith as well as training in contemporary psychological approaches and empirically validated interventions. These interventions are based in family systems theory, attachment theory, neuroscience, and trauma resolution. I seek to provide a non-judgmental space where clients can find healing and skills to create a better life. Together we will find solutions through clinically proven interventions. Depending on the client’s wishes, I can also incorporate biblical principles and practices to help address current problems or life-long patterns.