Randi is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate with training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT). Randi earned her Bachelor of Science in Community, Family, and Addiction Services and Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, TX. Her love for helping people lead her to earn her Master’s of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy also from Texas Tech University. The Marine Corps brought Randi to NC as she is a military spouse and can offer a unique perspective for military couples, both dating and married. Randi loves doing anything outdoors, hanging out with her two dogs, serving at her church, and all things food!
Randi works from a Narrative Therapy approach by helping clients discover their values and skills to empower them to make changes in their thought patterns, which can be a great fit for individuals, families, or couples. A Narrative Therapy approach views people separate from their problems, making it easier for people to see what they are capable of and to rewrite their story. Randi uses TFCBT when working with childhood trauma by empowering children and adolescents to gain their voice back by learning coping skills and changing their thought patterns. She is a big advocate for children and adolescents that have experienced different types of abuse and trauma. Randi would also love to work with couples in all stages of life; she is a strong believer in pre-marital therapy as well as seeking help when you and your partner need a safe, therapeutic place to strengthen your relationship. She is driven by her God given passion and desire to serve all people through her therapy approach. Randi is open to working with all stages of life and would love to help you find purpose and make meaningful change in your life.
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As a parent, you try to prepare for all the big moments in your child’s life by reading the parenting books and researching their development. However, you are never fully prepared for the moment your child discloses sexual abuse. Parents often feel scared,...