Karen is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who has been counseling individuals, couples and families for 18+ years. She greatly enjoys facilitating self-exploration and personal growth in her clients. Karen understands that people need to respond to unexpected changes and challenges in life and seek counseling as a safe empathetic place for healing and restoration. She realizes that every client is unique and different tools and methods are imperative for each individual.
She has experience working with marital issues, pre-marital couples, blended families, depression, anxiety, co-dependency, grief, life transitions, stress management, unresolved childhood issues and spiritual conflict. Karen also has experience in clinical supervision and provides licensed supervision for interns and residents seeking licensure. She also has 10 years experience teaching at Liberty University as both an online professor of undergraduate psychology and a clinical consultant in the Master’s program for Professional Counseling.
Karen has been married to the love of her life for 16 years and they have 3 beautiful children. They greatly enjoy the beach, gourmet food, going for walks in their neighborhood, exploring new cities, and helping the less fortunate by building relationships, meeting basic needs, and sharing the love of God.