I have life experience dealing with a family history of death, divorce, terminal illness, and alcoholism. I also have worked with religious abuse and offer Christian-based counseling. I have counseled clients to navigate anxiety and depression, boundary issues, divorce, grief, narcissism, neurocognitive disorders, relationship conflict, schizophrenia, shame, and suicidal ideation. I love conducting psycho-educational groups and have taught Theft Diversion, Life Skills, Money Management, and facilitated a Mental Health Supportive Outpatient Program (SOP) for Texas probation requirements as well as worked with the Denton County Mental Health Treatment Court in Texas.
Our past does not define us; it is what we do with our circumstances that molds our character. We always have a choice in how we respond to life. “When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.” ― Viktor E. Frankl, psychiatrist and Holocaust survivor, Man's Search for Meaning. My heart is to provide a non-judgmental and compassionate safe place to guide clients in finding their authentic selves by integrating spiritual, emotional, physical and social aspects of their beings to live a more fulfilling life.