Being a counselor is a blessing and privilege, and I love it! I get to partner with people and help them work through hard parts of their life stories, explore new possibilities, and accomplish life-changing breakthroughs.
I may be a good match for your counseling needs if you live in North Carolina (where I’m licensed) and if you’re working on…
- realizing your self-worth,
- achieving personal growth goals,
- building and/or repairing relationships,
- parenting more effectively,
- determining career direction, and
- managing symptoms of anxiety and depression
I meet with clients in my Kernersville office, and I’m able to do “distance counseling” by way of the internet. Distance counseling is a confidential and convenient option, but it’s not a good fit for every client.
Because I’m licensed to provide counseling only in North Carolina, I cannot provide counseling for people who reside elsewhere. Even if counseling online, you must be a resident of North Carolina and in North Carolina at the time of our session.
If you reside elsewhere, you may want to look into doing a free consultation through Focus on the Family. CLICK HERE for more information about that option. Or, you may want to research your area listings for professional counselors who match with your particular interests and needs. The main thing is, don’t give up on counseling as an option. Counseling helps!
My costs are as follows:
- $80 for an individual session
- $120 for a couple or family session
- Variable rates for group counseling, retreats, and consulting
I accept cash, check, and debit/credit card payments. Sorry, I do not accept third-party/insurance reimbursement at this time.
CLICK HERE if you would like to email me about scheduling an appointment.
Note: If you are experiencing a mental health crisis or are otherwise in danger, call 911 or go to your nearest area emergency room for immediate assistance.
I counsel with adults, and I counsel with children who are elementary-age and up. I also provide clinical supervision for post-graduate counselors who are working toward licensure in North Carolina. I do not currently offer internships, but perhaps one day!
CLICK HERE to inquire about counseling or supervision with me.
Master’s degree in Counseling from Wake Forest University (1998); PhD in Counseling and Counselor Education from UNC Greensboro (2009); Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in North Carolina since 2000; and Licensed Supervisor since 2012.
I love consulting with individuals and groups to develop and improve programs and projects. I also partner with people on a wide range of writing projects. Among some of my collaborations are: co-authoring two books with NY Times bestselling author, Dr. Gary Chapman; writing some of the 5 Love Languages quizzes; and, writing the “RQ Assessment,” an online quiz in support of Dr. Dharius Daniels’ Relational Intelligence book.
Interested in collaborating on a consulting and/or writing project? INQUIRE HERE.
I am very open about my Christian faith, and I work with people of all faiths. Sometimes we talk about faith, sometimes we don’t; but, no matter whether we’re counseling or working together on a project, I’m comfortable with me being me and you being you!