I'm a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) at New Life Counseling Center, PLLC a private practice in Winston-Salem, NC. We offer individual, group, couples, and family counseling sessions. I work with people from all socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds. The offices are conveniently located, have plenty of free parking, and are fully handicap-accessible. Office hours are 9am-6pm Monday through Friday and evening telehealth hours by appointment.
As a mental health counselor, I commit to working closely with you to develop a plan that suits your needs and goals for growth and change. My clinical approaches will always be informed by your needs. I believe that YOU are the expert on your life and that my role is as a facilitator and guide. I have confidence in that if given the proper tools and opportunities, everyone can become better at navigating life's challenges and achieve their goals to become a happier and more joyful person in this journey we call "life". I would consider it an honor and a privilege to assist you in that journey.
My specialties include traumas (TF-CBT Trained), family relations, parenting, adolescents, teens, college-aged adults, and LGBTQ community (including primary care collaboration). I work with adults of all ages addressing such issues as anxiety disorders, depression, anger management, grief, and personality disorders.
I have previously worked with at-risk youth (Youth Villages), within private practice, UNCSA Counseling Center, and FTCC Faculty (Human Services Dept.). These positions have afforded me the opportunity to continue to enhance my clinical skills, support the mental health community, and expand as an individual.
I received my M.Ed. in Counselor Education from NC State University in 2013. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (NC), National Board Certified Counselor, and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. I also serve as a committee member for the LPCANC University Relations.
Call today for your free screening. Ask how the technology of Telehealth can help us to better accommodate your schedule. Life can move at such a fast pace that "one more thing to do" can make it a real challenge to find time to take care of ourselves. That doesn't need to be an obstacle to therapy.