Meet Antoinette Griffin, Counseling Student Intern

Antoinette Griffin is a Master’s Level Counseling Student Intern Supervised by Amy Doar, M.S., LPC-S

I counsel adolescents 13+, adults, couples, and veterans through life challenges in a supportive role. Life is a journey where we are bound to get stuck in situations, like a record with a scratch may require a slight nudge to get back on track. The goal is to help you recognize where you are stuck and provide that nudge.  I offer a safe and trusting environment to process your anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, and anger.

My background and experience derive from my 26 years as a military veteran and supervisor, serving in ministry, as a mother to four adult children, and as a grandmother of four. I understand the challenges of marriage and divorce after 31 years.  I have personally experienced and seen others encounter trauma. 

I utilize solution-focused, person-centered, and cognitive behavior therapy, offering a variety of approaches. I offer over 30 years of experience with high school and college students, adults, relationships, clergy, grief, and military members. I use a psychological and Christian-integrated approach in counseling. I am a certified facilitator of SYMBIS (Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts) and level 1 certified in Gottman Method Couples Therapy. I am currently in the last semester of my Clinical Mental Health Counseling program with Liberty University. 

Everyone needs someone they trust to vent with and receive healthy ways of dealing with issues. Counseling is not a “one size fits all” solution, so we can work together to help you become the best version of yourself. If you are interested in learning more about working with me, click the button below to schedule a phone consultation.

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