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** Practicum students are in the latter stages of their graduate degree. They receive supervision from both Logos Counseling Services as well as their Practicum Professor at their college.
Practicum students must complete 300+ hours of supervised counseling in order to receive their graduate degree. Some sessions must be recorded for review from their Practicum Professor.
All sessions are free of charge.
M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Liberty University (In Progress)
B.S. in Business Management and Administration from Columbia Southern University (2022)
2024 to Present: Logos Services, LLC, Practicum Student
2024 to Present: 2024 The Workshop Counseling, Intern
2021 – 2023: First Baptist Church Hurst, Ministry Assistant
My husband and I have lived and worked in the Mid-Cities area for most of our adult lives and call Bedford home. Together we have three boys and a dog, named Emma, that keep us busy. My boys are in all stages of life; one in college, one in junior high, and one in preschool. Our family attends First Baptist Hurst where I serve in the student ministry teaching junior high girls. I have been active in many roles at the church for well over a decade, primarily serving children and their families.
In 2020, in an already uncertain world, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. During treatment that included chemotherapy, radiation, and hormone therapy, I felt God was calling me to complete my education. I knew from an early age that counseling was my dream job. The scary journey of cancer made me see that there is no time like the present.
In my free time, I love anything competitive. Whether that’s games with family and friends or watching my children or favorite teams compete in sports, I love a good game. In our house, there are three seasons: football, baseball, and the off-season.
I am in my final year at Liberty University, seeking an M.A. in Clinical Health Counseling. Working alongside faculty supervisors and George Fritts, LPC, I will put the knowledge I have obtained into practice, providing the best possible care to my clients.
My goal and purpose as a counselor is to provide a safe place for children and families to overcome obstacles in life. Through client-centered therapy, I will walk alongside my clients and their families to give them the tools and confidence needed to face anything that may come their way.