Provider type: Therapist
As a therapist, Pamela utilizes an integrated approach that seeks to identify an individual's strength to assist him/her toward goals. She uses cognitive behavioral techniques to identify thought patterns and beliefs that often create road blocks to growth. Pamela enjoys assisting individuals toward empowerment, resilience, and self-management. She also finds that assisting individuals with the identification of life meaning and purpose aids in this process. Overall, however, her emphasis is on the individual's goals for therapy, coming alongside the individual to assist in this process.
Olivet Nazarene University, BA in Psychology and Sociology - 1983
Georgia State University, M.Ed in Couseling Psychological Services - 1985
Psychological Studies Institute (Later became Richmond University), Diploma in Christian Counseling - 1985