“Instead of worrying about what you cannot control, shift your energy to what you can create.” – Roy T. Bennet
Line has many years of experience working with adults, children, teens, and families in private, hospital, and school settings. Line has partnered with these individuals and families seeking help with chronic illness, disability, anxiety, depression, attention deficit disorders, autism spectrum disorders, and life transitions.
Line believes in meeting the clients where they are. She utilizes a person-centered approach to help clients dictate their goals and areas of growth for their unique personal journey. She utilizes various approaches including cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness-based, and solution-focused therapies to encourage attainable results. Her approach maintains awareness of the issues and the flexibility to uniquely meet clients’ needs. Line seeks to establish a warm and caring relationship with her clients to assist in building on their strengths, meeting their goals, and living the meaningful life they value and desire.
Line earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and a Master of Arts degree in Rehabilitation Counseling at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. Before coming to Summit, Line worked as a counselor/case manager for Gwinnett Health System. She is also a native French speaker and taught students with learning issues in private and home school settings. She has volunteered in assisted living facilities and nursing homes.
After work, Line enjoys coming home to her family and pets. She can be found walking with friends, hiking a nature trail, or working in her garden. She enjoys boating at the lake and collecting shells at the beach. She enjoys time with family and friends.