Patricia (Patty) is a graduate from Southeastern University and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Ministerial Leadership. She is also a graduate from Liberty Theological Seminary where she received a Master of Divinity in chaplaincy, a Master of Arts in Religion in the area of pastoral counseling, and a Master of Arts in Human Services marriage and family from Liberty University. She has worked in pastoral care and counseling in combination for the past ten years as a clinician in hospice and hospital care, private practice and as a corporate Chaplain in the marketplace. She completed her pastoral competencies in Clinical Pastoral education at The Ingalls Center of Pastoral Ministries in Birmingham, Alabama in the Baptist Healthcare System, and is endorsed and board certified by the College of Pastoral Supervision and Psychotherapy as a Clinical Chaplain and Pastoral Counselor.
Patty assists individuals, couples and families with their counseling needs, which includes a variety of issues such as, marital and premarital, divorce recovery, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, life transitions, and personal growth and development. She works with clients to develop a unique fit to their personal needs drawing from several modalities, including but not limited to, a cognitive behavioral and solution based approach. Her counseling method is unique and personable assisting those to receive their desired resolutions and solutions through a trustworthy client and counselor relationship. As an attachment based intervention specialist, she assists individuals in gaining knowledge of how they relate to self and others, through empowering them to overcome relational wounds for a sure foundation to their healing journey.