Welcome, and thank you for visiting this site:

This web site contains important and helpful information on my private practice.  Please be aware that for more convenience I have provided an information form that can be printed and completed before arriving for your first appointment to save time.

As a LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) located in Oxford, Mississippi, I enjoy working with individuals (including children), couples, and families.  My goal is to provide you with some guidance, to teach skills, and provide new ways of looking at situations to better deal with life’s challenges.

The counseling I offer is based on methods and techniques of various treatment modalities that include cognitive behavioral and eclectic models.  (See a more detailed description of these practices under theories.)

I love what I do and I feel grateful for the opportunity to be able to do private counseling.  Over the years the clients I have worked with have been my best teachers and they continue to be a source of great inspiration for me. I believe in what I do and do my best to practice these skills in my own life.

If you have questions about whether counseling is a good option for you, then I suggest you call my office to help determine whether or not coming in for a session with me is a good idea for you. 

I look forward to hearing from you.


As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I subscribe to the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice.  Mental health professionals will not discuss information about you with others without your consent except as required by law. The exception to this is if child abuse or neglect is being reported, there is clear and imminent danger to you or to others, or when legal requirements demand that confidential information be disclosed. 

When you arrive for your first appointment, your signature will be required showing that you acknowledge these stipulations.  If you are filing for insurance coverage for the costs of your therapy, you will be giving your consent for information such as your diagnosis and appointment dates to be shared with your insurance company.

Collection of debt:
If you fail to settle an account balance for your therapeutic treatment, your name and the amount you owe can be made known to a collection agency.

Defense of malpractice or professional complaint:
If you were to report that your therapist engaged in malpractice or some other unethical act, the therapist has the right to disclose information from your sessions in their defense of your charges.