Christian Therapist Profile

Practice Specialties

  • Certified Life Coaching
  • Christian Divorce Counseling
  • Chronic or Terminal Illness Christian Counseling
  • Church Conflict Christian Counseling
  • Couples Christian Counseling
  • Divorce Recovery
  • Domestic Violence Christian Counseling
  • Grief and Bereavement Christian Counseling
  • Life Coach Counseling and Consultation
  • Marriage and Family Christian Counseling
  • Personality Disorders
  • Pornography and Sexual Addictions
  • Senior Adult Christian Counseling
  • Sex and Intimacy Christian Counseling
  • Stress Anxiety Depression Christian Counseling
  • Substance Abuse and Addictions Christian Counseling

About

I attended the University of Texas for both my Bachelor's (Magna Cum Laude) and Master's of Science in Social Work degrees. I have also completed the Biblical Counseling Foundation Training Program for Biblical Counseling. I am both a Licensed Master Social Worker and a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, licensed in the State of Texas. I am a member of the National Association of Social Workers.

From my secular education, I learned the most current, evidence-based psychotherapy techniques from the world's perspective that have "evolved" over the past 50 years. The TRUTH is that the very best wisdom and the most efficacious guidance for life has been around in the Bible for over 6000 years!

Truth is truth. All truth comes from God. I am able to lay out specific Biblical principles when they support the "non-Christian" or secular training I have received. The bottom line: If it works, it has a Biblical basis! That is exciting to me. Our God is an awesome God!

Why I Became a Christian Therapist

I became a Christian therapist because I know that any power for us to change comes only from Christ. I have experienced that in my own life, and I have seen it happen in many other people's lives, including clients. I felt called to be used by God to helping hurting individuals, couples, and familes experience change, growth, and healing.

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