marriage, individual therapist, communication, parenting, postpartum care, depression, life changes, relationship issues, loneliness, shame and guilt, vulnerability coaching, women’s issues, teens

I am an experienced professional who works with believers and unbelievers to help their heart, life, and family heal through natural gifts the Lord has given me that I have cultivated through education and experience. I am a believer who has been called to this profession. I aspire to emulate our Loving Savior by coming alongside the broken-hearted, the hurting, and the imprisoned to work and pray toward healing, wholeness and freedom.

Jesus Christ heals. I have seen it happen. Therefore, I have an enormous amount of faith in people’s ability to change and grow. I believe in the counseling process as one of the ways that can prove helpful in moving towards wholeness.

Special Interests

  • Attachment Issues
  • Relationships

Life changes which include:

  • Pre-marital & marital counseling
  • Divorce
  • Job loss/gain
  • Grief
  • Depression/Anxiety; Post-partum depression
  • Eating Disorders/ Self-Mutilation
  • Parenting
  • Adolescent Issues

Education and Credentials

Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy– Reformed Theological Seminary
Bachelors of Science in Psychology– Millsaps College
Licensed Professional Counselor–MS State Board of LPC’s

About me

  • Available Friday afternoons and Saturdays
  • An active member of Redeemer Presbyterian Church, an evangelical protestant church, located in Jackson.
  • Wife of a local high school Latin teacher
  • Mother of three young boys
  • Email me at

“Saying Goodbye to Adult Children….Or Not”

By | July 25th, 2017|Categories: Mississippi Counselor|

Anticipating and negotiating adult children exiting the home can be a huge challenge to family dynamics.  As previous models considered acceptable evaporate to changing cultural trends, families of exiting adult children can experience greater distress [...]

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“Observing animals can provide healthy tips on how to live well”

By | July 13th, 2017|Categories: Mississippi Counselor|Tags: , , , , , |

Outside my morning window for enjoyment is a strategically placed bird feeder where a wide variety of birds such as chickadees, wrens, tufted titmouse, reds, blues and purple finches all dining on tiny sunflower seeds [...]

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Is my teenager’s behavior a “big deal”?

By | July 5th, 2017|Categories: Mississippi Counselor|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

For many parents of teenagers, you may often find yourself questioning their behavior and wondering if what they are doing is a "big deal" or not. The changes in their mood and attitude may seem to [...]

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