Georgia State University: M.S. Community Counseling, 1990; Ed.S. in the field of Community Counseling, 1994
Richmont Graduate University: Diploma in Christian Counseling, 1990
Converse College: B.A. Contemporary Humanities, 1971
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) – This is a research based theory which stresses how thinking affects feelings and behaviors.
Internal Family Systems (IFS) – This is an experiential therapeutic approach enabling individuals
to be better connected with themselves and develop Self-leadership skills.
Soul Care – Although not a ‘clinical approach’, soul care utilizes Scripture to assist with spiritual
discernment and is integrated with clinical approaches to facilitate growth and maturity.
Adults from age 20 throughout the lifespan
Depression, Anxiety, Divorce Recovery, Life Transitions, Burn Out, and Spiritual Issues
Pauline is a Level II trained Internal Family Systems Therapist www.selfleadership.org
In her spare time, Pauline enjoys enriching friendships, cooking, caring for her own soul and taking her dog for walks.
Feeling Good by David Burns, M.D.
The Gift of Being Yourself by David Benner
Leading on Empty by Wayne Cordeiro