NOTICE TO POTENTIAL NEW CLIENTS:  I am in process of training my Golden Retriever, Tucker, to be my co-therapist so that I can provide animal-assisted therapy to clients.  There will be times when Tucker is in the office, so if you have dog allergies I may not be the best fit for you – Golden Retrievers shed like crazy!  For those of you who are looking forward to “Tucker time”, don’t worry – I will keep a lint brush on hand to remove any evidence of your therapy with him!

To follow Tucker’s journey towards becoming my co-therapist and access fun mental health videos, visit Tucker’s YouTube channel at:


Taking your first step to get counseling can be difficult, and I would love to walk you through this process of personal growth! We all have our struggles, and all I ask is that you come as you are and to be willing to face the things in your life that are holding you back.  

Finding a Counselor you trust is of utmost importance.  As a Christian Counselor I aim to provide a non-judgmental environment while encouraging and challenging you to grow and achieve your goals.  I am a National Board Certified Licensed Professional Counselor who provides individual counseling for women ages 18 and older.  While I work with a variety of mental health issues, I specialize and am certified in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy, which is one of the most effective treatments for trauma and/or PTSD. It is also very effective in treating disturbing memories, phobias, panic attacks, anxiety disorders, stress, sexual and physical abuse, complicated grief.

Current clients can access their portal account
by going to https://counselorqueen.clientsecure.me.

For additional Client Portal resources, CLICK HERE.

Abounding Grace Counseling, LLC

My practice is located in the Vance Center complex at 232 Vance Road, Suite 104A; Valley Park, MO 63088.  As you turn into the complex you will see the St. Louis County Police to the left of the building and my office is located through an entryway towards the right of the building in Suite 104 (look for the “Computers” sign – you can’t miss it!). Once you arrive, please wait in the main seating area in Suite 104 and I will come out to greet you after finishing with my prior appointment.


For after hours emergencies,  please go to the nearest emergency center or call the Behavioral Health Response Hotline at (800) 811-4760.

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