Lauren helps girls and young women from ages 5 to 30 overcome difficulties such as eating disorders, anxiety, depression, and trauma. She takes a positive, optimistic approach and builds on her clients’ strengths to help them feel confident and meet their goals. She enjoys integrating faith conversations and other healthy aspects of her clients’ lives into therapy whenever appropriate. Lauren also provides thorough, individualized psychoeducational assessments that provide a clear profile of the students’ strengths and weaknesses with strong recommendations that can lead to academic success.
Lauren is currently offering online therapy or teletherapy to help make psychology accessible to as many people as possible during the Covid-19 crisis. Online counseling is easy to access and just as effective as in-person therapy.
- BA Samford University
- Doctorate from Fuller School of Psychology
- Worked at an outpatient clinic, community counseling center, and partial hospitalization/intensive outpatient center for Eating Disorders
- Provided in-home therapy for children on the Autism spectrum and other special needs
- 7 years of private practice experience