After seventeen years in a corporate career, the Lord called me out of the corporate workplace. I left my career to care for my family and volunteer in various counseling-related ministry roles within the church. As a result of God's grace in my own life, I desired to walk with others who were experiencing spiritual struggles, hardship, and distress. That desire ultimately led me to pursue a Master of Arts Degree in Professional Counseling.
Over the years I have had the opportunity to come alongside people in various stages and walks of life. I am passionate about helping others find clarity, hope, and joy. My main areas of emphasis are women's issues, premarital, marriage, family issues, and stress and anxiety. I have also worked with adolescents and women who have been labeled as perfectionists or diagnosed with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. I completed post-graduate training through the IOCDF and continue professional membership with the organization.
My greatest desire is to help people come to a fuller understanding of God's grace, the hope they have in Christ, and the transformational work of the Holy Spirit.
My husband and I are members of our church where we lead a weekly Home Group. We have three children and two grandchildren.