Fort Worth and Dallas
Laurence received her bachelor of science in organizational leadership form Union University. After graduation she attended Dallas Theological Seminary where she received her Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling. She spent time working in substance abuse and addiction treatment working with individuals and families. While working in outpatient and inpatient treatment she facilitated individual and group therapy. Most recently Laurence has been in private practice with focus on family systems, codependency, and relationship issues. Laurence considers it a gift to be able to sit with those seeking change and healing. She desires to share in the stories of others and walk alongside those seeking to live fully.
My desire as a therapist is to provide a safe environment to offer hope and restoration. I believe the therapeutic process provides a space different from any other in our day to day life. Relationship is the source of great hurt and wounding and relationship also serves as the pathway to growth and healing. Therapy is relational in nature and my goal is to create space to model characteristics of healthy relationship. Through the redemption of relationship and healing I believe we are able to gain more of our true selves and step into the freedom of who God created each one of us to be. It is a joy to walk alongside a client as we create an atmosphere where hope is restored and change is possible.