In May 2016, I received a Masters of Arts in Biblical Counseling from Luther Rice University, and in July 2017, I received a Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Moody Theological Seminary.
As a counselor, whether I am sitting in front of someone who has experienced multiple traumatic events in their lives, are struggling with anxiety or depression, or relationship challenges, I’ve quickly learned one (of the many) all-important lessons. Although I am not a miracle worker, I can extend the gift of hope and understanding to serve as a bedrock for others to stand on so the healing process can begin.
So, although I may not have the privilege of sitting across from you and talking face to face, I hope these articles will serve to share what I’ve learned and continue to learn about how to seek healing and wholeness in all areas of life. My hope is that it can be a space to bring hope and peace to those I may not have the privilege of meeting face to face.