Trevor is a Student Intern, currently pursuing his Master’s in Mental Health Counseling from Colorado Christian University. With over a decade in ministry, Trevor has extensive experience working one-on-one with youth, college-age, and adults in a pastoral counseling setting. Through his own journey of healing through counseling, Trevor discovered his passion for coming alongside others in their hurts and struggles to guide them toward healing and hope. Specifically, Trevor believes in the power of engaging and telling one’s story. By engaging the stories of others with kindness, empathy, and thoughtfulness, Trevor seeks to help his clients piece together the fragmented parts of their lives, transforming brokenness and tragedy into wholeness and beauty. Trevor also believes that counseling provides the relational setting necessary for healing to happen. As relational beings, healing is always a relational process. Too many people stay stuck because of shame and isolation. Counseling provides the context for individuals to bring all of who they are—the good, the bad, and the ugly—into the open. It is here in the safety of the counseling relationship where individuals discover the healing and integration that is possible when we allow ourselves to be fully known, and fully loved.
Personally, Trevor loves being outdoors, staying active, reading, traveling and spending time with his wife (also a counselor) and their dog.
Fridays: Baldwin Park Location
Some weekly mornings: Zoom
Trevor offers an initial free 15 minute phone consultation. Simply provide a little information and we’ll then contact you to schedule the consult.Request