- Individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, irritability, or anger
- Teenagers and young adults struggling with identity, life adjustment or direction, or emotional development
- Individuals wrestling with guilt and shame
- Couples’ counseling – premarital therapy, marital enrichment
Monday/Tuesday/Thursday 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Counseling is for everyone. We all have hurts, habits, hangups, disappointments, or unmet expectations that benefit from being explored with intentionality and confidence – therapy provides a safe space for people to confront life and work toward becoming the best, thriving versions of ourselves.
Counseling isn’t a promise of fixing life’s problems, but it is a place to gain skills and intuition to face what the world throws at you with confidence. I invite you to come to Room For Change and do the hard work on yourself that leads to vulnerability and self-acceptance.
I have clinical experience working with youth and families families from a wide variety of backgrounds and life experiences, including a successful history working with teenagers and young adults who have endured trauma, experience anxiety or depression, or are struggling to adjust to a life-changing event. I have experience working with individuals who suffer from chronic mental health disorders (schizophrenia, bipolar, major depressive disorder), as well as brief pains of adjustment or anxiety.
I’m skilled at wading into real life pain and struggles including conflict patterns, anger and irritability, bereavement, self-doubt, fear and insecurity, and suicidal thinking. I work with individuals and couples who are struggling with direction, trust, and authenticity.
Licensed Professional Counselor – Intern #79184
Supervised by Amanda Esquivel, LPC, LPC-Supervisor #68781
Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling, 2012 (Dallas Theological Seminary)
Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, 2004 (University of Arkansas, Fayetteville)