Online, Medina, Wooster
Counselor Trainee, CT.
Counselor Trainee, CT. Supervised by Rhonda Johnston, LPPC-S
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Baldwin Wallace University. Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Ashland Theological Seminary expected May 2021.
Ms. Chappell has served countless children, adolescents, adults, and their families for the last 8 years through community mental health, and residential treatment case management services. She is passionate about seeing people experience healing and obtain holistic wellness in their lives. Ms. Chappell has a wealth of experience and knowledge in assisting adolescents, specifically young ladies, and women with issues in self-esteem, self-awareness, as well as in peer and familial interpersonal relationships, and faith issues. Ms. Chappell uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Narrative Therapy, and includes therapeutic approaches such as Mindfulness and Motivational Interviewing (MI) to assist individuals on their journey.
Life is filled with journeys and lessons that have the power to bring daily enlightenment to our lives. However, sometimes we are so eager to move from place to place, and season to season and forget to be still and surrender to God’s sovereignty (Ecclesiastes 3:1-8). There is a process, a purpose, and a plan established that is working in, and around us. Many times, we overlook the simplicity of who God is, and desires us to be. We will not always get things right, or even comprehend the depth of his everlasting love, but we can rest in the truth that before us as God’s beautiful creations were formed, he fully knew us, fully loved us, and desires for us to live a healthy and whole life (Psalms 139:13-18). I invite you to begin, or continue in your journey of self-discovery, self-love, and the pursuit of holistic wellness. (3 John 1:2).