Jeff's passion for personal and interpersonal integrity - in combination with his own brokenness and daily need for grace - now energize him to create a counseling context which offers safety, as well as a push toward risk and change. Whether he is wrestling with his own personal growth, counseling a man seeking freedom from sexual compulsivity or helping a strained marriage find a deeper level of intimacy, Jeff's pursuit of integrity - a consistency of personhood from the inside out - fosters personal, relational and spiritual growth in those with whom he works.
Jeff has been married to his wife, Michele, since 1985. They have one daughter who, following in her mother’s footsteps, is an elementary school teacher working in Gwinnett County. Jeff finds solace in the outdoors and is a hunter, fisherman, mountain-biker and backpacker.
Jeff speaks on a variety of topics related to mental health, spirituality and the integration of theology and psychology. He and his wife, Michele, lead marriage retreats together
PsyD, Clinical Psychology
Georgia School of Professional Psychology, 1998
APA - American Psychological Association
GPA - Georgia Psychological Association