Carter Glenn is currently a student at Lipscomb University pursuing her masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She firmly believes that just as God is three parts- Father, Son, and Holy spirit, man, made in His image, is three parts. She has a deep passion for the wellness of one’s body, mind, and spirit. It is her desire to hold a space for individuals to grow out of places of pain and victory. She hopes to join others in the sacred work of learning how the broken places of their heart can lead to healing and redemption.
She believes in the scripture found in Proverbs 23:7, “As a man thinks in his heart, so is he.” She has a Cognitive Behavioral approach (CBT) to counseling in hopes that a client will become more authentic to self, and gain insights around their thoughts, beliefs and behavior. She also hopes to integrate Mindfulness Based therapy, Sand Tray and Attachment-Based interventions into her work with clients.
She is committed to helping others experience the fullness of life, and ensuring that others do not walk alone. She wants to encourage others that their reaching out for help demonstrates tremendous courage and bravery. She hopes to serve individuals at any stage of life, and particularly enjoys working with teenage girls and women.
In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, family, friends, yoga, running, and anything in the outdoors.