Christian Therapist Profile

Practice Specialties

  • Christian Divorce Counseling
  • Chronic or Terminal Illness Christian Counseling
  • Church Conflict Christian Counseling
  • Counseling for Families Affected by Disability
  • Couples Christian Counseling
  • Domestic Violence Christian Counseling
  • Grief and Bereavement Christian Counseling
  • Life Coach Counseling and Consultation
  • Marriage and Family Christian Counseling
  • Pornography and Sexual Addictions
  • Senior Adult Christian Counseling
  • Stress Anxiety Depression Christian Counseling
  • Substance Abuse and Addictions Christian Counseling


Agape Empowerment Counseling Services (AECS) is a faith-based private practice that provides quality, confidential, and professional counseling & coaching to individuals ages 18 and older. My areas of service includes Grief & Loss, Caregiver's Stress, Alzheimer's Disease, Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, Stress Management, Anger Management, Addiction, Life Transitions, Self-Esteem, Conflict Resolution, & Poor Communication.

I like to encourage individuals to believe in themselves and to know their worth to God and others. I use a holistic approach including the spiritual, emotional, and mental being. With God’s guidance, I will help you attain personal growth and build on your strength in a therapeutic setting that is compassionate, encouraging, and inspiring.

MSW, IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN 2000
M.Div, Christian Theological Seminary, Indianapolis, IN 2005

Licensed Clinical Social Worker License #34005765A
Licensed Clinical Addiction Counselor License #87000121A

Licensed Minister, 2005

Professional Affiliations
National Association of Social Workers
Alzheimer's Association

*I offer a FREE 15 minute initial phone consultation*

Why I Became a Christian Therapist

I became a Christian Therapist to fulfill my purpose & calling. Empowering individuals to heal from past wounds is something that I am passionate about. I feel that with God's guidance that I can make a difference in someone's life.

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