Rindi is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a graduate of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Master’s program at Fort Hays State University. Rindi is new to counseling, but has been working in the human services field for over a decade. In 2012, Rindi’s professional career began as a volunteer for the United States Peace Corps. Since then, she has worked with several organizations serving at-risk youth and individuals/families overcoming poverty. The decision to get a counseling degree was an easy one. Rindi is honored to have any opportunity to work with people who are healing from and overcoming hardship of all kinds.
In the counseling chair, Rindi primarily draws from Person-Centered practices. She also enjoys integrating education about brain development and plasticity, spiritual guidance and support, as well as play and artistic interventions. Rindi primarily works with individuals, 12 years and older who are having difficulty with anxiety, depression and/or past traumas or individuals/families in complex or messy situations-particularly the caregivers. Being a part of a uniquely blended family herself, she has extensive experience working through the dynamics of problem solving, relationship-building, decision making and communicating in complex situations. Rindi hopes anyone walking into her office will experience a counselor who offers a warm invitation to face difficult things together, who does not shy away from mess and who will creatively help each person move toward wholeness.