When we experience any kind of darkness or suffering, we tend to feel alone and disconnected. Karina knows this, and holds true compassion and empathy for those in the midst of such pain. She understands and accepts her clients, caring deeply for their souls and overall well-being. Knowing that we are all works in progress, she walks tenderly alongside her clients, providing a safe space to help them journey toward healing and growth.
Karina works with couples, families, and individuals who are facing conflict and hardship. As a pastor’s wife for over 13 years, she has experience working with people in the church as well as those who feel disillusioned by church. She can assist with a wide range of issues including relationship struggles, depression, anxiety, and trauma. She cares about the whole person in the context of relationships, families, spirituality, and culture.
• Affair Recovery
• Family Conflict
• Emotional Abuse
• Spiritual Issues
• Pastors’ Wives/Ministry Leaders
• Individual Adults
• BA in English from Loyola Marymount University
• MA in Clinical Psychology, emphasis in Marriage & Family Therapy from Pepperdine University (in progress)