Counseling Interns

In partnership with A New Life Christian Counselors . . .

Please note that while the worldview of each our interns is founded on Christian values, we also respect differing views of faith and spirituality and respect the choice of not including religious preferences during our time together. As professionals, we are able to offer helpful, supportive, insightful, and meaningful therapy to all who are willing to work towards their personal goals.

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Andrew Paul

Anxiety, Depression, Grief, Trauma, Addictions, Individuals, Couples

Central to my life’s calling is a desire to see people live a more abundant life. I strive to do this in the counseling process by coming alongside you through healing, change, and growth as we address the pain and challenges of life. My hope is that by working together through these challenges, you discover and develop a holistic set of personal insights and tools (spiritual, mental, emotional, relational, and physical) that help you live life to your fullest potential. During this process I utilize a Narrative therapy approach that draws on CBT and mindfulness techniques. 

Ben Mosebach

Anxiety, Relation Issues, Grief, Professional Development, Personal Growth and Life Transitions.

There are times in all of our lives where we are faced with a crisis of emotional, mental or spiritual unease and I believe during these times we all have the capacity for healing and self-growth.  When we find ourselves at these cross roads finding support in a safe and non-judgmental environment can be of great help.  Wherever you are in your personal journey I understand it takes courage to reach out and I feel both privileged and humbled to walk with you through that transition. 

Hans Rasmussen

Anxiety, Depression, Grief, Trauma, Sexuality, Relationships, Addictions, Individuals, and Couples

I believe that every individual can grow and thrive in the midst of safe, committed, mutually beneficial relationships. As your counselor, my desire is to hear your story and the difficulties that you have faced, and walk with you through the healing process that comes with a safe environment. In our counseling relationship, my hope is that you might gain new insights into yourself and those around you, as well as grow in those areas that cause you concern.

Lauren Earle

No two people share the same story, and at times we may not know where we’re at in ours. It is my hope that during our time together you will gain insight into your life and begin taking steps toward the change that you desire. Asking for help is not always easy. It is my priority to humbly listen to your story without judgment and treat you with respect. I usually work from a Solution-Focused and Narrative perspective, but I believe that therapy should be tailored to each individual. I look forward to meeting you and helping you continue writing your story.