My experience in work, ministry, marriage and life-in-general has equipped me to listen to your story with curiosity and sympathy, to identify with your struggles as best I can, and to collaborate with you in creating tailor-made solutions for your unique challenges.
I am a graduate of Rutgers College (BA, 1977; MA, 1986), Dallas Theological Seminary (Th.M., 1990) and Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary (D.Min., 2004). In 2006 I completed the Marriage & Family Therapy Intensive Program at Blanton-Peale Graduate Institute in New York City.
Prior to launching my counseling practice, I worked for seventeen years as a spiritual formation coach with The Navigators, and served as an Associate Pastor and Pastor of Counseling with New Life Fellowship in Queens, New York.
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