All Crossroad’s groups have been postponed until further notice.
Michele is a Master’s level Intern under the supervision of Crossroads Counseling
Michele comes from a family of therapists and is a graduate of Arizona Christian University with a degree in Family Studies and an emphasis in both Behavioral Health and Biblical Studies. She is currently working towards her Masters of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy at Fuller Theological Seminary.
Michele values providing a safe pocket of space for others to process internal and external stressors. Her hope is to foster an environment where people can move from pain to peace.
Michele especially enjoys working with children, adolescents and families. She has ample experience working with these populations through various schools, agencies, and churches. From working at a local pre-school to years of volunteering with Jr. high students she noted how quickly kids were able to learn new habits and believes people can begin creating healthier patterns at any stage in their lives.
She counts it a privilege to help those seeking relational harmony and personal peace. She approaches counseling from a relationally driven perspective. She practices sound clinical interventions integrated with a Biblical worldview.