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About Me.

When I was in college I began to explore my past experiences of brokenness, abuse, anger, and rejection. It wasn't until my junior year in college that I made the commitment to the field of psychology. Admittedly, I pursued my degree in part to better understand my own experiences. I found that trauma was at the heart of my experience as well as many others. Through the years I have noticed the gap between trauma and theology. I decided to pursue a biblical degree to contribute to the research in a meaningful way.



Harding School of Theology

Started Master's coursework to be complete at a later date.


Rocky Mountain School of Ministry and Theology

Started the foundation coursework to transfer to Harding School of Theology.


Friends University

Masters of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy

Psi Chi Honors Society

Delta Kappa Honors Society

Provided therapy at Lansing Correctional Facility in the Inner Change Freedom Initiative Program and the Center for Family Living clinic at the Lenexa Campus

2005 - 2007

University Missouri Kansas City

B.A. Psychology

Men's Basketball Team


Johnson County Community College

General Studies

Men's Basketball Team


2015 - 2023

The Attachment & Trauma Center of Nebraska

Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner (LIMHP) and Certified Marriage and Family Therapist (CMFT) in the state of Nebraska. He works in private practice at the Attachment and Trauma Center of Nebraska utilizing EMDR in working with Complex Trauma, PTSD, and DID. As a marriage and family therapist, he works with couples, he also specializes in working with men’s trauma.

2013 - 2015

Therapist II

Worked as a substance abuse counselor where he was certified to work with addiction and oversaw substance abuse recovery programs for those who were incarcerated. He also has specialized training in working with probation and parole. Offered mental health education to law-enforcement and was a lead therapist for a crisis response program where he met with law enforcement on-scene to provide a mental status exam that helped determine the need of the person more effectively.

October 2011 - June 2012

In-Home Intensive Therapist

Provided therapy for children who had been successfully integrated back into their homes. Met with families to provide therapy from a systemic perspective and teach families coping skills. 


Therapeutic Case Manager

Helped families who had  children placed into DHS custody to be reintegrated back into their homes. Case management included supervising visits, documentation, court reports, and emergency placement.

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