Sheri is currently a Master’s graduate student at Moody Theological Seminary. She deeply values authenticity and strives to help people discover how to live out their authentic-self with confidence, value and acceptance. Life is complicated and relationships are messy, but Sheri believes that through therapy she can come alongside someone to help them gain perspective and build self-confidence in their life choices. She is passionate about helping people find their purpose in life and move towards a healthy life with a person-centered, strength-based approach to counseling.
She is interested in working with people struggling with life’s transitions, emotional regulation and those that feel overwhelmed with life. Sheri is passionate about working with individuals, couples, families and children. She utilizes a communal and relational approach to therapy that investigates the multi-faceted nature of relationships. Sheri believes in meeting people right where they are, just as they are and collaborating with them to build a safe space to explore life together and work towards holistic health.