“Someone asked me about my own monsters, after sharing hers. I replied, ‘That is why I have my own therapist.’ Self-care is too important to allow our ego to get in the way.” D. Kinjorski
As a therapist, I help individuals and couples find their way in life. I know what it is like to feel lost and have no direction; to have lost the “waypoints” to live a purpose-filled life. I know what it is like to wish you and your loved one could thrive in marriage. I come from a place of no judgment and provide a safe space. For me, it is essential that you can realize and function in the strengths you already have but may not be aware of. In our sessions, we will explore your needs, challenges, and your strengths. The goal is for you to self-actualize, realize your full potential, and conquer your challenges from your strengths and resources.
On A Personal Note:
I am a U.S. Army veteran who served in the enlisted ranks and retired as a Chaplain. My undergraduate studies were in Biblical Studies and pastoral ministry, and my graduate studies were in the integration of theology and practice of ministry (M.Div), allowing me to be a Chaplain.
When I am not working with clients or completing course work, I enjoy reading, playing games, and spending time with my wife. I also love spending time with my family and watching my grandchildren grow.
- Currently, Ph.D student in Clinical Counseling with an emphasis on Counseling Education and Supervision at Trevecca University
- Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Pentecostal Theological Seminary
- Bachelors of Science in Biblical Studies from East Coast Bible College
Areas of Specialty:
- Emerging Adults
- Transitional Difficulties
- Anxiety and Depression
- Self esteem
- Self Pay