S.H.E. Christian Counseling Services

I am dedicated to supporting, honoring, and edifying all women in different seasons of their lives. Therapy services are offered to women who are motivated to address the issues and struggles they find themselves present in. I desire to support you through your journey, while honoring the beautiful creation that you are. I hope to create a space the offers encouragement and sound wisdom.

Our knowledge and wisdom continues to grow in areas of mental health and emotional wellness. In therapy for those who are Christian there is an integration of this wisdom and knowledge with the Word of God. 

In this world there is beauty, joy, happiness as well as struggles, hardships, and sufferings. Some of those challenges can come in the form of depressive feelings, anxious struggles, loss, trauma, neurological struggles, and repeated harmful generational patterns. 

I am paneled with multiple insurance companies: Aetna, Cigna, Asuris, Premera, Regence, TRICARE, United HealthCare, Blue Cross Blue Shield, medicaid plans and Washington health exchange plans. All services are offered through Telehealth to those who reside in the state of Washington. 


Inner Healing methods are used to recover from trauma and distress. Together with the help and guidance of the Holy Spirit we will explore different areas of the body that may still hold painful memories, moments, or experiences (past and present). We will also explore any inner rooms that hold any unfruitful generational patterns. Inner healing does not require you to relive any painful memories as this can be re-traumatizing and can lead to further distress. Instead we focus on identifying, releasing, and replenishing.

Christ centered attachemnt interventions are utilized when repairing and healing from relational trauma and dysfunction. Relational wounds can stem from child/parent relationships, romantic relationships, and interpersonal relationships. You can experience healing in this area while also learning how to set healthy boundaries, how to not engage in enabling poor behavior, how to have healthy expectations, how to forgive and release, how to take personal responsibility when it is fitting to do so, and how to use Godly wisdom when entering into new relationships. God has created us for connection and the Bible teaches us about relational repair. 

 Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) is an action-oriented approach to

psychotherapy that stems from traditional behavior therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy. Clients learn to stop avoiding, denying, and struggling with their inner
emotions and, instead, accept that these
deeper feelings are appropriate responses to certain situations that should not prevent them from moving forward in what God has planned for them.