My name is Landrie and I am so glad you took the first step towards starting therapy. That first step can be scary, but I am here to guide you through the therapy process and towards a more happy, balanced, and fulfilled life.
Understanding that each woman and situation is unique, I use a wide variety of approaches that are shown to promote health and growth, while remembering that a safe, therapeutic, and non-judgmental relationship is what matters most. I help clients examine core beliefs, patterns, and emotional responses, not just surface issues.
I love helping clients navigate stress, low self-esteem, anger, depression, faith transitions, trauma, and understanding family upbringing. I have a deep compassion and understanding of the complexity and challenges life brings and offer more to my clients than just a temporary band-aid.
I looking forward to working with you!
A bit more: Landrie attended Belhaven University where she earned a bachelors in Music Composition in 2009. She worked in arts, education, and outreach for a number of years, leading a school for the arts, encouraging arts in the community, and teaching dance and music to both children and adults. After working in the non-profit sector for a few years (Richmond, VA), Landrie moved to Mississippi, where she attended Reformed Theological Seminary and earned a Masters in Counseling, with an emphasis in Family Systems. She now owns and operates a private practice on James Island: Ethredge Professional Counseling. Landrie enjoys numerous hobbies: hiking, swimming, readying for work (psychology), reading for fun (who-done-its), music, and spending time with her family and Husky, Nika