As a trauma survivor, my main goal has always been in finding my strength and clinging to it. At 15 years old, I gave my life over to a different way of life and thought process. I began to listen to the words that expressed that I was worth more; that I had value; that I mattered. I didn’t necessarily believe it, but I was determined to.
As the years went on and I married, started having children, and learning more, I found my passion for information. I began researching everything I could to help me understand more and address the issues I was dealing with. A series of events occurring in 2011 led me to discover that I had the spiritual gift of empathy and mercy. In 2012 I learned that I also have spiritual gifts in the prophetic and in knowledge. As I began exercising these gifts as led by the Holy Spirit, I began to have major breakthroughs in relationships and in my own personal journey of healing.
In 2014 I joined a Christian freebirth group where these gifts only continued to grow, as I connected with fellow Christian trauma survivors. In 2015, I began to address my sexual abuse at 13-14 years old, and the circumstances surrounding it and it would cause a cascade of events over the next few years that would lead to almost unbelievable revelation, healing, reconciliation, and empowerment. Throughout that time, I took classes on trauma, sexual abuse, domestic violence, mental illness, neglect, anxiety, depression, C-PTSD, PTSD, substance abuse, and the body’s amazing ability to address crisis, survive, and cope through it.
Due to my own personal experience through these struggles in my childhood, and the impact that learning all of this has had on my mental health and personal growth, when I heard from the Lord to become a Licensed Minister, I had a knowing (it’s what I call it when I know a truth that God showed me) that it was in order to counsel others through what I had been working through, so in 2017, I did the work and did just that. As such, I’m continuing to work towards doing what God has called me to do. I hope I have the privilege and honor of getting to know you and walking alongside you on your own journey towards healing. You don’t have to do this alone.
Trauma Informed Ministerial Counseling & Support
Once we determine if I’m the right support for you after
the consultation and interview, if you choose to move forward
I will walk alongside you as you journey through your struggles
and overcome hard things.