Mandy’s counseling experience includes work with children, adolescents, adults, as well as families. She has a wide range of experience ranging from crisis counseling to play therapy, navigating cross cultural relationships and transitions. Mandy is committed to facilitating the process of growth and change for individuals and families and is invested in helping people discover healing for wounds and mending broken relationships. Mandy finds enjoyment working with people from all walks of life applying a holistic approach to counseling.

“Counseling offers opportunity for reflection that often inspires an increased sense of hope, insight and courage. It is a privilege to walk alongside my clients in each person’s respective journey. I am convinced the counseling relationship can help clients move towards hope and healing, promote growth and understanding, and make positive long lasting changes. Counseling is hard, but good work and I’m honored to be a small part of the process in clients’ lives.”

Mandy is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with a Masters in Clinical Psychology from Wheaton College and a PhD in Counselor Education from Regent University. Her clinical expertise covers a range of issues including adjustment, depression, anxiety, communication and relationship concerns, stress-management, identity development, and more.

In addition to counseling, Mandy enjoys drinking coffee, spending time with family, creating fun experiences, engaging in movement resembling running, and gardening.