Shelly will receive a master of art’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Bethel University of Seminary in May 2018. She brings a solution-focused approach into the context of each unique family system and situation. Working with adults, adolescents, couples, and families, she takes interest to appropriately address emotional, behavioral, spiritual, and/or relational needs. Her primary areas of care are individual and family life transitions and challenges and couples in distress. Shelly is trained in the Prepare/Enrich for couples, along with several other assessment tools.