Faye Herring is currently working toward a Th.D. (Doctor of Theology) in Pastoral Counseling at the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Faye is currently in the dissertation phase, focusing on Attachment Styles and Relationships. Her research, background and hours of counseling have provided her with the skills to assist both individuals and couples. Although her primary focus has been the African American family, Faye has extensive training and counseling experience, helping people from diverse ethnic, racial, religious and sexual backgrounds. Faye believes that counseling should be a safe and nurturing space that is built upon trust, empathy and non-judgment. She treats each person as unique individuals, worthy of unconditional acceptance regardless of their personal circumstances, beliefs and struggles.
Here are some of the topics/issues addressed in therapy:
- Anger Management
- Borderline Personality
- Chronic Pain
- Coping Skills
- Domestic Abuse
- Domestic Violence
- Family Conflict
- Life Coaching
- Racial Identity
- Relationship Issues
- Sexual Abuse
- Women’s Issues
- Doctor of Theology (Th.D. Candidate-Dissertation in Process), Pastoral Counseling, Interdenominational Theological Center. Atlanta, GA.
- Masters of Divinity (M. Div.) Pastoral Counseling, Interdenominational Theological Center. Atlanta, GA.
- Masters of Science (M.S.) Speech Communication and Counseling, Florida State University. Tallahassee, FL.
- American Association of Pastoral Counselors
- Society for Pastoral Theology
- Society for Relational Theory and Theology
- Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.