Kerry Failoni, LPC
Kerry has been working as a licensed professional counselor with individuals and couples since 2006. She also spent 13 years in a church-based counseling ministry. She focuses on helping clients identify the patterns and strategies developed in the past through family relationships and life experiences, evaluating how these influence the client’s current life. She often says, “we can’t change what we don’t know. So let’s find what’s there.” Sharing their story, clients are engaged with difficult questions, heal from the wounds identified in the answers, and formulate a plan to move forward. Kerry’s goal is to help people move through this process.
Kerry offers a spiritually integrative approach to therapy, specializing in counseling individuals who are experiencing life transitions, issues within relationships, and other life stressors. She also has experience with counseling individuals who struggle with depression, anxiety, grief and loss, emotional trauma, broken relationships, and codependency. Through her ministry work and more than 40 years in church involvement, Kerry understands the dynamics and demands of working in Christian ministry. Kerry has received training in trauma, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and The Gottman Method.
Kerry also enjoys helping new therapists transition into the counseling environment. She is an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS). Among other unique counseling experiences, Kerry spent three summers counseling women in the mission field with cross-cultural workers at the Breathe conference in Switzerland. Kerry grew up in an Army family, moving from place to place throughout her youth. She is now a mother of two girls and enjoys exploring the world anew through the eyes of her five grandchildren. Her desire is to help others learn to tell their stories wholeheartedly and to celebrate with them as they discover and embrace what God is doing in and through them.