Matthew is currently serving as the Avenues Counseling Intern. He received his Bachelor’s degree from Wake Forest University, and he is in his last year at Covenant Theological Seminary, completing his Masters of Arts in Counseling. Matthew provides individual and group counseling for children, teens, and adults. He works with a variety of interpersonal issues such as anxiety, depression, personality disorders, sexual brokenness, family dynamics, and grief.
Matthew is eager to continue learning and growing as a professional counselor. He is committed to providing the greatest possible care to his clients, and to walking beside them down the road to healing.
“Mental health begins with advocacy. Advocacy means having someone in your corner. Someone who sees you for who you are, and who doesn’t turn away. An advocate is someone who wants the absolute best for you; someone who sees your true potential and walks with you as you become the best possible version of yourself.”