631 Forest Street
Wausau, WI 54403
MA Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Liberty University (Anticipated 12/2020)
MA Christian Counseling, Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, NC
Bachelor of Business Administration – Management, Hofstra University
Residency and/or Internship:
Clinical Mental Health Counseling Internship – Center for Human Development, Wausau WI
Christian Counseling Internship – Changed Choices, Charlotte NC
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy – Trained Clinician
EMDR Flash Technique
Prepare/Enrich for Couples & Premarital Counseling – Certified Facilitator
SYMBIS (Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts) – Certified Facilitator
ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) – Certified
I enjoy working with all ages!
Trauma/EMDR Therapy Trained Clinician/EMDR Flash Technique
Career/Work Related Issues
Autism Spectrum Disorder
SYMBIS Facilitator (Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts)
I am humbled with gratitude for the opportunity to journey with people (young, old, and everyone in-between) during their time of need. Connection, collaboration, and relationship are the foundation of my counseling efforts. I am passionate about mental health care and its possibilities for healing and growth for all. With empathy for the hard, and affirmation for the good, I seek to breathe dignity and hope into every person I am privileged to work with.
My husband and I are married 27 years and we have three young adult sons. I love spending time outdoors, in all seasons, with my husband and our puppy. We enjoy kayaking and hiking with friends. I enjoy gardening and creating beauty in my yard. We are recent transplants to central Wisconsin, and we are happy to be here!
My journey to become a counselor began when I was a homeschooling mom to our three teen sons, and life provided more challenges than we could figure out on our own. We needed help. That was how I was introduced to the field of mental health care. I am passionate about providing for others what I have received myself. There is help. There is hope. You are not alone.