Are you finding yourself frustrated with the arguing and bickering in your family, as well as the avoidance of some family member? Do you often wish that your family could just get along? Families are a gift of love from God as felt when families imitate the likeness of the relational Trinity. When families are able to imitate God’s image they are able to provide a sense of peace and opportunities for growth for each family member.

I find it amazingly beautiful to watch a family change and grow in love with each other in new and restored ways. To take notice of how each family member affects the others so deeply – either for good or for bad, is incredulous to watch. Family therapy can support your family through the difficult change to fight for the greatest good that will bring peace and growth to all members. The goal of Family Therapy is to provide a place of love and safety for each person so that all may flourish. Life brings about many challenges, therefore life without the safe haven of a loving family can be debilitating for each individual family member. Family Therapy offers the experience of relational healing which allows all members to blossom. In order to achieve growth for all, therapy may include sessions with the parents only, parent-child, children or child only, and parents and the children as appropriate for their needs and healing.

It is my hope and desire that your family will find a safe haven here to help you through the journey of your healing.

To make an appointment or for more information, please call Covenant Family Connections at 423-402-8256.


“It is easy to love the people far away. It is not always easy to love those close to us. It is easier to give a cup of rice to relieve hunger than to relieve the loneliness and pain of someone unloved in our own home. Bring love into your home for this is where our love for each other must start.”
~ Saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta




Note: As you are encountering a faith-based practice, let it be understood that although my philosophy is based on my faith in God, I will never impose my faith upon a client. It is up to the client to decide how or if their own faith system will be incorporated explicitly into their therapy.