Heather Proctor earned a Bachelor of Psychology from Southern College in Collegedale, Tennessee. She also completed a Master of Arts in Community Counseling at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan.
Heather Poctor interned in the Juvenile Justice System while pursuing her Master’s Degree and then helped children and families while being involved in the Florida and Tennessee State social services department for four years. For over eight years, she was a therapist for adult and elderly patients at an inpatient psychiatric hospital.
Philosophy of Christian Counseling:
Heather has found counseling to be more challenging without integrating the love and forgiveness of God and the hope of eternal life into the therapy process. Believing in God helps persons cope with self-esteem, depression, addiction, anxiety, loss, and forgiveness issues. Heather sees clients at the Port Charlotte Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Depression/Mood, Marital, Divorce, Grief/Loss, Anxiety/Phobia, Addictions, Child/Adolescent, Education/Career Counseling, Abuse/Trauma, Adjustment Disorders, Codependency, Relationship problems, Caretaker Stress, Infertility/Adoption Issues
Emotional: Anxiety, Fear, Depression, Loneliness, Anger
Relational: Partner, Family, Child, Employer/Employee
Situational: Health, Occupational, Role or Age Changes
Child, Adolescent, Adult