Callie is passionate about helping people find hope and healing. Through warmth, compassion, and authenticity, she helps clients identify challenges and create a roadmap to achieve their goals. Using a trauma-informed and culturally-attuned approach, she seeks to help clients heal from past hurts and discover the unique strengths and resilience they bring to the table. She believes that each person and their story should be honored.
Callie’s personal connection with anxiety and depression gives her a unique level of empathy and understanding. She is passionate about helping clients who are bound by fear and depression. She uses a holistic and integrative approach to help clients gain a greater awareness of their mind/body connection. She also has a heart for working with couples, providing guidance to couples through Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) and sensate focus techniques to promote intimacy and communication. Callie’s other areas of focus include issues regarding faith and spirituality, self-esteem, body image, stress management, shame, attachment, pregnancy and postpartum, wellness, mindfulness, and discovering purpose.
Callie holds a Bachelor’s degree in Music from Bethel Univeristy and is is working under the licensed supervision of Christina Jobelius, LMFT, while pursuing her Master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Northcentral Univeristy.