Cammie Walters-Carlson, LPC-MHSP
Cammie’s life verse:
“But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the surpassing greatness of the power may be of God and not from ourselves.” – 2 Corinthians 4:7
Cammie graduated with her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in May of 2014 from Denver Seminary in Denver, CO. It was in Colorado that Cammie first discovered her passion for caring for God’s people through counseling while studying at the Focus on the Family Institute.
Throughout her career as a counselor, Cammie has been passionate about helping individuals of all ages overcome anxiety and depression, heal from past traumas, process their own griefs, and develop into the healthy and whole people that God designed them to be. She has worked with individuals age 5 through 75. She is most passionate about counseling through issues involving identity formation, anxiety, depression, loss, adjustment issues, divorce, grief, health difficulties, trauma, self-image, life direction, career changes, and relationships. She believes firmly that seasons of hardship are God’s tool which He uses to make us more like Himself and to reveal Himself to us in ways that we would not otherwise come to intimately know.
In the recent years, Cammie has been involved with working at a holistic health clinic where she gained experience learning about how physical, social, spiritual, emotional, and relational issues all impact a person in profoundly interconnected ways. One of her greatest joys in counseling is helping individuals figure out how they can heal in a holistic way that incorporates both their body, mind and spirit.
At HeartLife, Cammie has been involved in several ventures counseling individuals, leading groups, speaking about various mental health topics, assisting in interpreting psychological assessments and working adjunctly at an inner-city school providing trauma informed care to students, teachers, and families.