Craig was born and raised in Nebraska. He spent 17 years in the creative design field. He graduated from Midland University, with a BA in Art, and recently attended Amberton University, graduating with an MA in Professional Counseling. During his graduate practicum, he worked with Hope Fellowship providing pre-marital, individual, and group marital counseling utilizing the SYMBIS assessment. Craig also worked with inmates at the Rockwall County jail providing counseling and support for individuals who suffered from drug addition, PTSD, and childhood issues.
Craig has a strong desire to work with couples as he, too, went through challenges in his own marriage. During these challenges, he and his wife sought help from a counselor. That counselor gave them the tools they needed to change their marriage and opened Craig’s eyes to his professional calling. He realized how vital a healthy mental outlook is to all aspects of life. Whether your struggles are from your past, your present, or about your future, Craig would love to partner with you on your journey.
In addition to his work with couples, Craig also works with kids and teens ages 9 and up. He utilizes activity-based techniques in his sessions with his younger clients.