Mackenzie joined CPCC in 2015 with a passion to serve the community through counseling. She graduated from Western Seminary with a Masters of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy as well as an Addiction Studies Certificate. Mackenzie earned her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from Biola University.
Mackenzie is passionate about people - connecting with people, motivating people, empowering people, and accompanying people in their journey of healing. She believes that healing happens in relationships, and feels privileged to walk alongside her clients in their difficult seasons. Mackenzie's desire is to create a safe environment for her clients to grow, heal, and transform. She loves to creatively solve problems and encourage people towards healthy living and joyful relationships. Her hope is to live into her specific gifts as a clinician so that she can help others discover who they were created to be.
She enjoys working with a variety of clients, including individuals, teens, couples, and families. Specific areas of interest include:
- partners of sex addicts
- addiction & codependency issues
- ministry families
- pre-martial couples
- couples/relational problems
Registered Marriage and Family Therapist Intern (IMF96126)
Professional Clinical Counselor Intern (#3456)
Mackenzie is supervised by Laura Taggart, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFC23357)